Polymers in Cables 2018

Event contact title
Conference Organiser
Event contact first name
Harriet   
Event contact last name
White
Email
harriet.white@ami.international 
Event contact telephone number
+44 (0) 117 314 8111
Description

AMI's ​Polymers in Cables 2018 will take place June 19-20 at the Sofitel Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA. 

The tenth North American edition of Polymers in Cables will be designed to explore key developments in polymers, additives, compounds, and fire resistant technology, and the potential for improved and sustainable cable performance. Raw material suppliers, machinery manufacturers and testing/certification/regulatory agencies will also share their views on the key business, environmental and technological changes that are shaping the future of this industry.

During the conference, delegates will have access to the main conclusions of the first and only market report analyzing and quantifying the usage of polymeric materials in the cables industry on a global scale, which will be published by AMI Consulting in 2018. AMI consultants will present the main results of this report with special focus on the North American industry and will also be available to answer any questions from the audience. 

In addition to the busy two-day program, the event also offers high-level networking opportunities in a focused exhibition area, featuring displays from a range of companies in the wire and cable industry. Polymers in Cables is the ideal meeting place for anyone wanting to make new contacts and discover the latest trends in the industry.

Attendee information

For further information on Polymers in Cables 2018, please contact Miss. Harriet White, Conference Organiser at harriet.white@ami.international or +44 (0) 117 314 8111

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