The Plastics Industry Strategy Seminar will take place on the 25 October 2011 at the Maritim Hotel, Cologne, Germany.
AMI's seminar in a single day gives industry managers an up to date view on trends and developments in the global plastics industry, including detailed information on resin demand, future growth, end use patterns and industry structure.
Led by AMI's Research Director, Andrew Reynolds, this seminar will provide both a statistical review of the world market for plastics and also the opportunity to discuss key questions about the development of the processing industry and the prospects for downstream applications.
For further information on AMI's seminar events in 2011, please click here :
AMI's Plastics Industry Strategy Seminars 2011
To view the up to date programme, please click on the pdf link below;
AMI's Plastics Industry Strategy Seminar 2011 Cologne
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By fax: simply fill in the registration form on the last page of the programme and fax it to +44 1173 111 534.
By post: simply fill in the registration form with your details and send it to: Applied Market Information Ltd, 45-47 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QP, United Kingdom.
By email: send the information requested on the registration form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note group discounts are available for companies wishing to register two or more delegates.
Please contact Katy Cheng, Seminar Organiser at email@example.com or call +44 117 924 9442 for more details about attending this event.
NOTE: Online registration will be available in the future.
Delegates are responsible for arranging their own hotel accommodation while attending the conference.
A limited number of discounted rooms have been reserved for attendees, please contact Maritim Hotel, Cologne and be sure to mention AMI's Plastics Industry Strategy Seminar Cologne 2011 to receive the special room rate of €149 for a single room or €187 for a double room (breakfast included).
Tel: +49 (0) 221-2027-0 Fax: +49 (0) 221-2027-826
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