Free registration opens for Injection Molding and Design Expo 2022 in Detroit
Free online registration has now opened for the first Injection Molding and Design Expo, which is taking place at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan, USA on March 16-17, 2022. You can register for your ticket here.
By registering in advance, visitors will receive free admission to the exhibition plus free entry to its three conference theatres. One of these will focus on the future of molding, another will cover plastic product design, and the third will be a training theater hosting practical seminars. Attendees and exhibitors will also have the option to buy tickets for a networking party on the evening of March 16.
The exhibition and its conferences are being organized by Crain‘s Global Polymer Group, which is the publisher of Plastics News magazine, and by AMI, the publisher of Injection World magazine. Both companies have extensive experience of organizing conferences and exhibitions for the international polymer industry. The headline sponsor of the expo is M Holland.
“The event will provide visitors with a great opportunity to meet and compare suppliers, as well as giving them the chance to learn from business leaders and technical experts in the conference theaters,” said Brennan Lafferty, VP and group publisher for the Crain Global Polymer Group. “With its clear focus on plastics injection molding and product design, it will be a highly productive meeting place for visitors and exhibitors alike”.
The expo will fill the 140,000 ft2 Hall B at Detroit’s TCF Center (formerly the Cobo Center). It will feature a wide array of leading manufacturers of injection molding machines, auxiliary equipment, automation systems, molds and components, plus large numbers of suppliers of polymers, additives, software and industry services.
The exhibitor line-up already includes: Advanced Blending Solutions, Accede, ACS Group (AEC, Cumberland, Sterling), Ampacet, ASS End of Arm Tooling, Bauer, Beaumont Technologies, Benpac, Bunting Magnetics, CAE Services, Cavalier Tool & Manufacturing, Chase Plastics, Chroma Color, Cleanplast, Conair, DME, Domo, EAS Mold & Die Change Systems, Filtroil, Frigel, General Polymers, iD Additives, Incoe, Intouch Monitoring, KraussMaffei, M Holland, Mastip, Matsui, Milacron, Moldex3D, Neutrex/Purgex, PCS, Polykemi, Polymax, Progressive Components, RJG, Routsis Training, Shibaura Machine, SigmaSoft, Spark Industries (Fast Heat), Sumitomo (SHI) Demag, Tederic, VEM Tooling, Wittmann-Battenfeld, Yizumi-HPM, Zeiger Industries, and many more.
Additional exhibitors are being added every week and the limited number of remaining booths are filling up fast. To find out more about exhibiting at the expo, download the exhibition brochure here.
The two-day conference at the Injection Molding and Design Expo will include business debates, keynote presentations, technology talks and practical training sessions spread across the three free-to-attend theaters on the expo floor. The full program will be announced shortly, but speakers have already been confirmed from Westfall Technik, Ford Motor Company, Yanfeng Automotive Interiors, iMFLUX, Sundberg-Ferar, MTD Micro Molding, Comar, MAPP, the American Injection Molding Institute, and many more.