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Mold Builder Pavilion Showcases Manufacturers at MD&M East

Originally Published MPMN May 2004


Mold Builder Pavilion Showcases Manufacturers at D&M East

Melody Lee

Trade show organizer and MPMN publisher Canon Communications LLC (Los Angeles; and the American Mold Builders Association (AMBA; Roselle, IL; will highlight mold builders at the MD&M East trade show in New York this June 15-17. A pavilion will feature U.S. mold builders and tool manufacturers. Nearly 50 suppliers of precision tooling are expected to be on-site.
The feature focuses on the use of mold building in making medical devices and packaging. According to the company, both are large markets for plastics processing. The plastics segments of these industries are expected to annually produce a combined $70 billion.
"We are excited about partnering with AMBA on this pavilion," said Diane O'Connor, Canon's trade show director. "New York is strategically located in a premier plastics processing region that is home to more than 125,000 professionals."
Among the mold builders and tool manufacturers exhibiting at PLASTEC East are D-M-E Co. (Madison Heights, MI;, Extreme Tool and Engineering (Wakefield, MI;, Neu Dynamics (Ivyland, PA;; Husky Injection Molding Systems (Bolton, ON, Canada;, and PM Mold Co. (Schaumburg, IL; 

The trade show combines PLASTEC East, Medical Design & Manufacturing East, EastPack, Ingredients Expo, and Atlantic Design & Manufacturing all in one location at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

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