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Participate in Plastics Technology Expo 2022
PTXPO 2022 is a dynamic new tradeshow created for decision makers paving the way for plastics processing throughout the entire North American supply chain.
Dedicated to showcasing new equipment and technology, the Plastics Technology Expo is a three-day event produced by Gardner Business Media, Inc., Plastics Technology, MoldMaking Technology and Additive Manufacturing. Organized by major process pavilions across more than 100,000 sq ft. of exhibits, this full-scale industry event provides an ideal environment for plastics professionals to research the latest technology efficiencies.
PTXPO is your hands-on opportunity to see and feel the newest plastics machinery, immerse yourself in free educational sessions, experience equipment demonstrations and participate in numerous networking opportunities. Processors are continually seeking innovative solutions and PTXPO will connect you with solutions providers who can unlock the right answers for your operation.
PTXPO provides a total in-person experience (360-degree view) for process engineers and plastics equipment buyers in the Midwest. Join the plastics processing community in Chicago to set your business up for success in 2022 and beyond.
PTXPO is a can't miss event for everyone involved in the A-Z of plastics manufacturing!
Pavilions at PTXPO 2022
Plastics Technology Expo is organized into pavilions for major process and product categories, making it easy for you to plan your show experience and find the technology that’s right for you.
When I’m asked why people should attend PTXPO, I say ‘why would you not?’
We have to get out of our four walls…shake hands, further our relationships and learn about new things in the market.
President | Progressive Components
The Midwest is the hub of plastics manufacturing and PTXPO is excited to be the first major industry event in the area since 2009. PTXPO’s research revealed that plastics processors are eager to reconnect in this thriving region.