The second edition of ChemPlastExpo will return from May 7 to 9 to IFEMA, to bring back the great industrial week of Madrid. More than 200 brands will meet to show the latest solutions for the transformation of plastic, as well as innovations in chemistry, for the automotive industry, food, cosmetics or packaging, among others. Next to the industrial solutions will once again take place the European Congress of Engineering of Plastic, as well as the Congress of Applied Chemistry and Industry 4.0 for which the call for papers is now open. Experts in plastic engineering and chemistry can present their cases of success or projects to be part of a conference program with more than 180 international speakers.
ChemPlastExpo 2018 brought together in its first edition more than 8,000 professionals from industries such as packaging, automotive, electronics, food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and aeronautics, among others, to make them aware of the solutions that the chemistry and plastic industry have to offer.
Those scientists, researchers and industry experts who want to bring their knowledge and innovations to the congresses can apply until the 1st of March their candidatures to be part of the next congress program of ChemPlastExpo 2019. Innovations in new plastic materials, industrial-technological advances that help to implement sustainable production processes, innovation in recycling, sustainability and circular economy or regulatory aspects to which the industry is confronted, as well as Industry 4.0, technologies such as IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Industrial Cybersecurity or Blockchain, will be the central themes of the ChemPlastExpo 2019 congresses.
“We are very pleased to have converted ChemPlastExpo into the platform that the industry was claiming to do business, as well as at the meeting point for the exchange of knowledge of two growing sectors. In this sense, we invite all the experts to present their innovations and share their knowledge in this next edition” says Leo Bernd, ChemPlastExpo Director.
At a time when industries are facing new challenges, policies are being implemented to reduce the use of polluting plastics and to bet on the recycling and development of new materials, ChemPlastExpo has emerged as the forum where leading international experts the latest trends in circular economy, industry 4.0 and sustainability will give their vision.
More than 60 institutions, administrations and entities of the sector support this meeting of the industry, among which are: the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness, the Community of Madrid, Madrid City Council, Enterprise Europe Network, ChemSpain, Fedit, ChemMed, Plastics Europe, AECQ, Suschem, Centro Español de Pásticos, ASEBIO, AVEQ-KIMIKA, Hisparob, Suschem, Aimplas or ANAIP.