Hamilton Kent and battenfeld-cincinnati Sponsor PPXIX
Jun 20, 2018
Organizers of the PLASTIC PIPES XIX Conference and Exhibition announce that Hamilton Kent and battenfeld-cincinnati will each sponsor one of the coffee breaks at this year's event. The PPXIX conference will take place in Las Vegas, USA, at the Red Rock Resort on September 24 – 26, 2018.
Sarah Patterson, chair of the PPXIX Organizing Committee (PPXIX OC) for the Plastic Pipes Conference Association (PPCA) comments: “The conference welcomes Hamilton Kent and battenfeld-cincinnati as sponsors. These companies are well known internationally and their association is noted warmly by the conference. Their addition completes another sponsorship level.”
“Hamilton Kent is an international supplier of rubber gaskets to the plastic pipe industry. Based in Toro nto, Ontario Canada, this certified (ISO 9001) manufacturer has an additional production facility in Winchester, Tennessee USA. Founded in 1943, they design and produce a broad range of rubber gaskets for a variety of plastic pipe materials and configur ations, including corrugated HDPE and PP, and all PVC styles. Hamilton Kent also provides several styles of rubber connectors for plastic pipe to concrete structure connections.”
"battenfeld-cincinnati is a global supplier of complete extrusion solutions f or pipe, profile, thermoforming sheet and pelletizing. With its large portfolio of innovative equipment, they can provide energy - efficient and resource - conserving equipment tailored to customer needs worldwide. Core competencies are outstanding technolog y, global project engineering, complete extrusion lines from a single source and strong design and production competence. With a history in extrusion that dates back to 1943, battenfeld-cincinnati is active worldwide.”
Organizers of Plastic Pipes XIX point out that only two Silver level sponsorships, three lunchtime sponsorships and five exhibition spaces are available at this time.
Furthermore, given demand for conference participation, organizers recommend taking advantage of the Early Bird Rate of USD 1, 300 that now applies until 18 May. After this date, the Standard Rate of USD 1,500 is applied.
The preliminary conference program and information about sponsorship, registration and exhibition facilities are posted on: www.ppxix.com
Sponsors for PLASTIC PIPE XIX in Las Vegas, USA are as follows:
- Main Corporate sponsors : Baerlocher and Rollepaal
- Gold level sponsors : McELROY, LyondellBasell, The Dow Chemical Company, S&B Technical Products Hultec USA and MOL
- Silver le vel sponsors : TRI Environmental, Rifeng Enterprise Group, SICA and Trelleborg
- Gala Dinner sponsor : The European Plastic Pipe and Fittings Association (TEPPFA)
- Welcome Reception sponsor : KraussMaffei Berstorff
- IPAD corners sponsors : PVC4Pipes Association an d PE100+Association
- Coffee Break sponsors : battenfeld-cincinnati , Hamilton Kent, Milacron and NSF International
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