PLASTEC Midwest

Date
2014-10-15 - 2014-10-16
Organizer
Exhibitors
0
Floor Size
0
Attendees
0
Event contact title
Exhibit/Booth Sales
Event contact first name
Dino
Event contact last name
Pontonio
Email
dino.pontonio@ubm.com
Event contact telephone number
203/523-7066
Notes

PLASTEC Midwest will move to Schaumburg convention center in 2014 for a two-day event with extended hours including all-day to evening programming. In 2015, the three-day event will return to McCormick Place allowing for the expanded needs of both its annual and biennial exhibitors and attendees.

Description

Provides complete range of product and service resources for the plastics processing industry.

Attendee information

PLASTEC Midwest attracts key decision makers in corporate and general management, product design engineering, and production management from top industries including automotive and transportation, machinery and equipment, and medical.

Exhibitor information

PLASTEC Midwest returns as an integral part of the largest advanced design and manufacturing trade show serving the Midwest and features the leading manufacturers of plastics processing machinery, auxiliary equipment, raw materials, mold makers, and molding and mold-making components.

PLASTEC Midwest delivers thousands of design and manufacturing professionals looking for ideas, innovations, and solutions. Top attendee sectors include automotive/transportation, medical, industrial machinery and equipment, electrical/electronics, packaging, and more. The five states served by PLASTEC Midwest—Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, and Wisconsin–annually produce one-third of the entire national output of plastics products.

Partner Voices

When you’re planning your next business meeting or trade show and it’s time to get deals done, there’s one place that has everything for any size group – Las Vegas.

Las Vegas is the place for business and has the perfect space to accommodate even the largest of assemblies. Three of the country’s 10 largest convention venues are in Las Vegas, all part of more than 11 million square feet of exhibit space throughout the city.