Plastics in automotive applications focus of new conference

With automotive as one of the key end markets for the plastics industry in terms of materials, applications and processes, Plastics-In-Motion, an Automotive Plastics Conference & Exhibit, to be held June 1 to 4, 2015, at the Adoba Hotel in Dearborn, MI, will focus on all of these.

Reducing cost to manufacture and lightweighting are at the forefront of automotive manufacturing, which bring into play materials as well as processing to meet new design challenges. Sessions at this year's Plastics-In-Motion conference include Lightweight Automotive Components; Bringing New Materials & Processes Online; Specialty Automotive Applications; Advances in Structural Composites; Plastics in Automotive Interiors, Exteriors and Engine Components; Innovations in Manufacturing & Assembly; and Novel Materials and Specialty Additives.

There will be a variety of presentations within each of these session topics that will cover a range of new technologies and designs, and will feature leaders in the automotive as well as the plastics industry. Daron Gifford of Plante & Moran will provide the June 2 keynote address: Driving Profitable Growth in the Global Automotive Plastics Industry. Other speakers include Paul A. Hardy of A. Schulman Inc.; Mohammad Moetakef, Abdul Sami Siddiqui and Mohammad Usman of the Ford Motor Co.; Jorg Hain, Volkswagen AG; Alexander L. Kapelevich of AK Gears and Thomas M. McNamara of Thermotech; Russell Bloomfield, Sr., Application Development Engineer, DSM Engineering Plastics; Kirit C. Desal, Technical Marketing Manager, Solvay Specialty Polymers; Joachim Kragl, Engel; John Bozzelli, founder of Scientific Molding; and many more.

If you are involved in the automotive industry in any way, you won't want to miss this event, which is sponsored by a variety of industry participants including PlasticsToday.

For more information or to see the full agenda, visit the event website.

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