Who makes what in Europe

Who makes what in Europe

October I Y97 Additives, fi,r Polymers both written (two volumes) and audio form, announce the organizers, the Society of the Plastics Industry (SP...

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I Y97

Additives, fi,r Polymers

both written (two volumes) and audio form, announce the organizers, the Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI). In 20 sessions over the three-day conference, 170 experts presented papers on all aspects of current and f&ure trends and developments in plastics materials, plastics moulding and composites, as well as equipment and recycling. The cost of the two volumes is $75.00 plus shipping and handling costs. At $10.00 extra (plus shipping and handling) the NPE 1997 official show directory is also available. Indexed according to topic, it lists the 1726 companies which participated in the exhibition, with addresses, telephone and fax numbers and contact persons. (‘ontact: SPI Literature Sales Department, 18OI K Street NW, Suite 6OOK, Washirgton, IX’, IJSA; tel: t I-202 973 5256

EVENTS - 1997 November 17- 19, Amsterdam, Netherlands Plastics Additives - three-day course Center for Professional Advancement Oudezijds Voorburgwal 3 16A, 1012 GM Amsterdam, The Netherlands; tel: +3 1-2C 638 2806; fax: +3 l-20 620 2136 November 19-20, Johannesburg, S. Africa Africa International Coatings Show . conference and exhibition Argus Business Media Ltd, 2 Queensway. Redhill RHl 1QS, UK; tel. +44- 173; 768611; fax: +44-1737 760510 December 12- 14, Calcutta, India Rubber ‘97 - International Rubber Conference Prof. S K De, Rubber Technology Centre. Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpul 721302, West Bengal, India; tel: +91-322 55221; fax: +91-322 55303

Who makes what in Europe A useful listing of European suppliers of additives and plastics is set out in Winterplas 1. It gives generic names of the chemicals and cross-referencing to suppliers, polymers, with a parallel list of brand names. Names and addresses of suppliers (and also some contact information on technical and commercial personnel) is set out country by country, with the main products on offer. The method of classification appears to be to list companies only under the country in which they are headquartered (which may militate against the overall aim of making it easier to find local suppliers), while the inclusion of only two companies under the classification of Compounders makes that section irrelevant. Nevertheless, at DM98, or DM 148 for a CD-ROM version it wiil be a valuable addition

1998 June 3-6, Naples, Italy ECCM - 8: European Conference on Composite Materials ECCM-8, DIMP-University of Naples, Piazzale V. Tecchio, 80125 Naples, Italy: tel:+39-81 7682373, fax:+39-81 627826 June 9- 13, Stockholm, Sweden 5th International Workshop on Biodegradable Plastics and Polymers Prof. A-C Albertsson, Department ~ofPolymer Technology, Royal Institute of Technology, S-100 44 Stockholm, Sweden, f’ax t46-8 10 0775 July 13- 17, Gold Coast, Australia 37th International Symposium on Macromolecules 4PS 22 Secretariat, University of Auckland, PO Box 92019. Auckland, New Zealand 3ctober 22-29, 1998, Diisseldorf, German!; K’98 - 14th International Exhibition NOWEA, Postfach 10 10 06, D-4000 I Diisseldorf, Germany; tel: +49-21 I 4560

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