The 19th annual Americas Polyester Industry Conference to be hosted by PCI Wood Mackenzie to take place this March in Texas. The Americas Polyester Industry Conference brings together key industry players for a comprehensive overview of the economic, technical, environmental and commercial themes affecting the Americas polyester industry.
The conference will offer delegates the chance to discuss industry challenges and hear business-changing insights to help them succeed in the polyester market. Delegates will also get the opportunity to network with peers from the polyester chain business, and PCI Wood Mackenzie experts alike.
Topics on the agenda this year will include:
If a Trump presidency will make a difference to the North American economy and the polyester industry
Is the 20+ year slump over for North American paraxylene production?
2016 disappointed, but is there more hope for Americas fibres in 2017
Additional in-depth presentations on oil prices, PET resin, RPET, ethylene, the human rights landscape, PTA and MEG
An addition to this year's event includes a breakout session on key factors relating to the Global and US EODs markets.
PCI Wood Mackenzie Speakers at this year's conference will include Gordon Haire â€“ Head of Aromatics, Phil Marshall â€“ Head of Polyester, Doug Rightler â€“ Senior Consulting EO/MEG/EODs and Steve Zinger â€“ Senior Vice President Chemicals, to name a few.
Their targeted suite of conferences, established over 25 years, is the leading networking events for the polyester, nylon and fibres industries. Senior business managers, strategic planners, purchasers, business analysts, marketers and commercial leaders attend.
The Americas Polyester Industry Conference will be held from 1-2 March 2017 at the Houston Airport Marriott in Texas..
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