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Future of Polyolefins 2016

01 October 2015 , 17:13Neftegaz.RU1301

ACI’s Future of Polyolefins 2016 will be taking place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 20-21 January 2016.

For its fourth edition, the conference will give updates on the global polyolefin market and its developments, as well as focusing on feedstock availability and sustainability challenges.

Over the two days, the event will give you in-depth look into polyolefin production processes and latest technology advancements, through case studies, interactive sessions and panel discussions led by industry experts.


Once again, the conference will bring together senior executive from petrochemical companies, plastic converter, technology providers, chemical intermediate suppliers, researchers, as well as other influential stakeholders amongst the value chain.


Join us in Amsterdam to exchange your point of view with your peers and engage in excellent networking opportunities.


Key Topics Include

  • Feedstock Price Volatility
  • European Focus: Adapting to Changes in the Global Market
  • Key Regional Markets Analysis
  • Correlation between Feedstock Availability & Resin Quality
  • On-purpose Feedstock Production Technologies
  • Polyolefin Applications – Trends & Prospects
  • Pushing Plants to Their Limits – What is the Next Step?
  • Latest Advancements in Polyolefin Production Technologies
  • Sustainability of Specialty Polyolefins


Place and dates:           20th & 21st January  2016 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Telephone:                 +44 (0) 20 3 141 0606
Contact Name:             Mohammad Ahsan
Conference Fee:          £1,495 + vat (if applicable)

15% discount code:     CFP4MA15

To get a full brochure or to register, please contact
Mohammad Ahsan
on +44 (0)
 20 3 141  0606 


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