Breathable Films 2018
AMI announces the launch of a new international conference, Breathable Films 2018, taking place 7-8 March 2018 at the Maritim Hotel in Cologne, Germany. This brand-new conference brings together industry-elite speakers from the entire supply chain to evaluate and discuss the trends, challenges and opportunities facing the breathable films industry, across multiple end-use applications.
Having a micro porous structure that is crucial for vapor transmission, breathable films have major applications in the building & construction, pharmaceutical, medical, industrial, food packaging & processing, personal care & hygiene and even clothing sectors. Driven by a growing awareness of health and hygiene, an increase in demand for premium hygiene products, the growing construction industry and massive opportunities for food contact applications, the breathable films market looks to expand steadily over the next 5 years.
Breathable Films 2018 covers developments and innovations in raw material characteristics, machinery, testing techniques, film formulation, extrusion & processing technologies as well market trends continuing to facilitate cost reduction without compromising film performance and safety criteria. The conference focuses on the latest global trends and technical developments within the industry and looks at the polymers & additives mainly used in breathable films such as polyethylene, polypropylene, polyurethane, PTFE amongst others.
Breathable Films 2018 provides an international forum for all companies involved in the manufacture, supply and specification of breathable films, be they end users, manufacturers, converters or suppliers. In addition to the busy programme of presentations from leading stakeholders in the market, the conference offers high level networking opportunities in a focused exhibition area featuring displays from a range of suppliers.
Overall, this event affords an ideal opportunity to meet with like-minded professionals to learn, network and discover new business opportunities.