More than 100 of the exhibitors at Plast-Ex will be at the show for the first time, giving Canadian attendees acces...
March 24, 2004 by Canadian Plastics
More than 100 of the exhibitors at Plast-Ex will be at the show for the first time, giving Canadian attendees access to a range of new products and services. In all, more than 500 companies will be represented at the show, which takes place May 3 to 6 at the International Centre in Toronto.
Plast-Ex is owned and managed by the Canadian Plastics Industry Association (CPIA). Sally Damstra, show director, reports that “sales of exhibition space are progressing at an excellent pace, far better than anticipated. New products, technologies and services will be on display by more than 100 first-time exhibitors.”
Plast-Ex’s educational program will focus on the areas of packaging, automotive, construction and productivity innovation. Free breakfast meetings are available each morning of the show, and Lunch ‘n’ Learn sessions are available for $49.99. Those who pre-register before April 16 will receive discounts off these sessions and the entrance fee.
Visit www.plast-ex.org for more information or to register on-line.