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    Ceramics Expo-April 26-28th at Cleveland's IX Center

    Ceramics Expo 2016, a Cleveland, Ohio-based manufacturing tradeshow for ceramics materials and technologies is taking place at the IX Center April 26-28 and is anticipated to double in size this year. 
     
    Billed as “the industry’s only two-track, free-to-attend commercial and manufacturing series of conference sessions”, Ceramics Expo 2016 is attracting visitors from throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Event Director Adam Moore reports that “in under a year we have grown this expo from 140 to over 250 exhibitors.  We are on course to boost visitor numbers by more than 70% over last year.”

    What does this mean for the City of Cleveland? Approximately 2,100 visitors attended Ceramics Expo 2015; 3,600 are anticipated this year. “Not only will this have a major impact on hotel, catering, entertainment and transit, but with the manufacturing and research relationships fostered by the event, business dollars will also continue to flow into Cleveland and the surrounding area.”
     
    According to figures generated by Destination Cleveland, the city’s convention and visitors’ bureau, Ceramics Expo 2015 generated in excess of $3.3m for the city’s economy. The organization projects figures rising to as much as $5.6m with this year’s exhibition.
     
    Crucial to manufacturing, technical ceramics play a major role in raising the performance levels of complex components utilized by industries including but not limited to automotive, medical, electronic, defense, aerospace and more. All are part of Northeast Ohio’s increasingly growing high-technology sector.
     
    An impressive roster of industry leaders will be leading conference sessions including:  Don Bray, Vice President, Technology, North America, Morgan Advanced Materials; Dr Charles Compson, Global Technical Director, Almatis Inc; Doug Freitag, Technical Director-US, Advanced Ceramics Association; Dr Johannes Homa, CEO, Lithoz; Dr Tracy Albers, President/CTO, Rapid Prototype and Manufacturing; Guillaume de Calan, CEO, Nanoe; Ralph Ruark, President, Swindell Dressler.
     
    Ceramics Expo 2016 will be attended by technical leaders, production directors, engineers, project leaders, buyers, researchers, academics and senior executives interested in exploring the latest ceramic manufacturing innovations. Both the expo and conference are free to attend and open to the public. For details on registration, visit www.ceramicsexpousa.com