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CAMM hosts Windsor, Ont. trade show

In the midst of tough economic times, hundreds of buyers and industry suppliers visited the Canadian Association of...

November 24, 2008   Canadian Plastics

In the midst of tough economic times, hundreds of buyers and industry suppliers visited the Canadian Association of Moldmakers (CAMM) Trade Fair in Windsor, Ont. last week.

The show was staged on Nov. 18 and 19 at the new exhibition facility at Caesar’s Windsor.

Around 100 exhibiting companies drew attendees from inside and outside the local moldmaking community. Representatives from companies in the U.S., Mexico, South Africa, Israel, and Germany attended the show, according to CAMM. In addition, more than 50 one-on-one meetings between buyers and moldmakers were held, and a number of site visits and plant tours conducted, all aimed at matching buyers with suppliers. The show also featured technical seminars, and dinners with Canadian hockey legend Paul Henderson and astronaut Roberta Bondar as keynote speakers.

The CAMM Trade Fair is the focus of this week’s episode of CanPlastics TV. To watch the episode, click here or visit the “Multimedia Centre” on the main page of our website.

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