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U.S. pavilions at K nearly sold out

With seven months until show time, American companies have already reserved 37 of the planned 45 U.S. Pavilion stands at the triennial K show (Düsseldorf, Germany; Oct. 27-Nov. 3). Pavilion sponsor, the Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI; Washington DC) announced the numbers April 1. The pavilions include a site for machinery in Hall 13 and one for materials in Hall 5, and cover a total space of roughly 1000m2.

With seven months until show time, American companies have already reserved 37 of the planned 45 U.S. Pavilion stands at the triennial K show (Düsseldorf, Germany; Oct. 27-Nov. 3). Pavilion sponsor, the Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI; Washington DC) announced the numbers April 1. The pavilions include a site for machinery in Hall 13 and one for materials in Hall 5, and cover a total space of roughly 1000m2. Some of the companies currently utilizing the pavilions include Telles, Phoenix Oxobioplast, Custom Polymers Inc., and FRX Polymers.

In the Hall 13 pavilion, SPI will also have an exhibit marking the opening of booth space and attendee marketing for its international plastics exposition, NPE2012 (April 1-5, 2012; Orlando, FL).

SPI has traditionally sponsored U.S. Pavilions at K in cooperation with Messe Düsseldorf North America (MDNA), the U.S. subsidiary of the K show organizer. Inquiries about eight U.S. Pavilion stands still available in Hall 13 may be directed to MDNA, care of Eva Rowe, vice president, at 312-781-5180 or [email protected]

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