Sponsored By

The Advanced Manufacturing (NGen) Supercluster joins the event next month as a key partner to help promote the development, deployment, and adoption of leading-edge technologies.

PlasticsToday Staff

October 21, 2021

2 Min Read
Toronto Congress Center
Image: Toronto Congress Center

Advanced Design & Manufacturing (ADM) Toronto, comprising event brands PackEXPLAST-EXAutomation Technology Expo (ATX)Powder & Bulk Solids, and Design & Manufacturing (D&M), announced that NGen has joined PAC – Packaging Consortium; Chemical Industry Association of Canada, Plastics Division; PEMA – Process Equipment Manufacturers Association; and Annex Business Media as an industry partner.

NGen's mission is to support development of advanced manufacturing capabilities in Canada. This strategic partnership directly aligns with the event's aim to facilitate exploration of the latest trends and technologies shaping the future of advanced design and manufacturing across automation, robotics, energy efficiency, packaging, plastics, processing, and more. Its projects include securing supply chains, protecting the environment, improving healthcare, and supporting technology adoption across Canada, with its total project value reaching $437 million to date. Jenny McCall, Event Director, ADM Toronto, Informa Markets – Engineering, remarked: "We are thrilled to have NGen on board as a key partner. Its work is foundational to delivering funding, education, mentorship, and development initiatives across Canada and will open doors for our event community.”   

In addition to the networking and deal-making opportunities the event and its partners offer, ADM also has announced a new raft of exhibitors that will showcase innovative new technologies and services: 

  • 2D Electronics & Automation Inc.

  • Arrow Speed Controls

  • ErgoStrap Canada by Strapco Inc.

  • HafcoVac

  • IPL North America Inc.

  • Kowa American Corporation

  • Simplex Isolation Systems

  • Vega Instruments Canada

To facilitate buyer and supplier engagement, ADM Toronto will host a New Product Showcase, which will feature six to eight curated, in-booth demonstrations of products that were released in 2020 or 2021. The New Product Showcase provides attendees an under-the-hood look at advanced manufacturing technologies from automation and energy efficiency to plastics and packaging. 

The event is set to take place Nov. 9 to 11 at the Toronto Congress Centre. Go to the PLAST-EX website for more information and to register to attend.

Sign up for the PlasticsToday NewsFeed newsletter.

You May Also Like