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The 8th ICIS World Polyolefins Conference

Overcoming supply uncertainty with an evolving value chain

3 - 4 April 2019 // Palais Hansen Kempinski, Vienna, Austria (Training course 2 April 2019)

 
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What will the polyolefins market look like after mergers and acquisitions in the industry? How will China’s growth in polypropylene production affect future imports? What are the implications of European chemical regulations? How are consumer preferences and the influence of sustainability impacting the industry? How will these emerging topics affect your business?

These questions and much more will be discussed in detail at this year’s World Polyolefins Conference.

The changing outlook of polyolefin capacity and global shifts in polymer use make 2019 an important year for the industry. Producers, converters, traders and the rest of the value chain around the globe are seizing opportunities ahead of new supply coming on stream, changes in chemical regulation and changes in consumption of polymers. With specific insight into new and rising topics in the industry such as research into single layer polyethylene film, Asian polyolefin growth, mergers within the industry, product diversification and more, this event will provide a clear understanding of the current opportunities in the industry.

Join this year’s post-conference forum with the theme of Supporting a polyolefin circular economy to hear about topics that have gained significance following a rising demand for recycled polyolefins, the European Commission’s Plastics Strategy and further initiatives, and industry focus on creating products with better design for recyclability.

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Speakers

Our high-level industry speakers represent leading companies from across the polyolefins value chain.

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Conference Agenda

3 - 4 April 2019

The 2019 conference programme focuses on the evolving polyolefin supply and demand dynamics across different regions and sections of the supply chain. Hear market insight on key regions such as China, Europe and the U.S. as well as new opportunities for polyolefins in the automotive sector, European material regulations and benefits of product diversification. The agenda will address:

Overcoming supply uncertainty with an evolving value chain

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Post-conference Forum – Supporting a polyolefin circular economy

4 April 2019

This forum highlights the top trends concerning the polyolefin circular economy such as product recyclability to boost recycled material supply, market demand for recycled versus virgin polyolefins and the mainstream view of plastics.

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Sponsors

This is your opportunity to strengthen your polyolefins business with bespoke sponsorship packages available for a range of budgets and needs.

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Polyolefins Training Course

2 April 2019

Following the successful first edition last year, we are once again hosting the Introduction to the European Polyolefins Industry Training Course on 2 April. Maximise the opportunity to boost your market knowledge by attending this course alongside the conference.

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Early Booking Discount Available

Complete the online registration form by Friday, 14 December and save up to €400.

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