2/7/2014

Amerimold 2014 Registration Now Open

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Scheduled to run June 11-12, 2014, in Novi, Mich., Amerimold connects global and domestic technology leaders involved in all aspects of mold manufacturing.

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Gardner Business Media, Inc. today opened registration for Amerimold–The Event for Mold Manufacturing. Amerimold is scheduled to run June 11-12, 2014, in Novi, Mich. The annual show draws more than 2,500 owners, executives and engineers involved in the plastic injection mold manufacturing industry. The event includes an exhibit hall, technical conference and production sourcing events.
 
“Now is the ideal time to host an event in an active and strengthening Great Lakes manufacturing community. Thanks in large part to a surging automotive industry, our core attendee base of tool and mold manufacturers and injection molders have seen increased business,” says Allison Miller, Gardner’s director of events. Ms. Miller expresses enthusiasm for a venue that delivers access to the product technology, applications knowledge and business contacts.

Attendees are encouraged to register in advance of Amerimold 2014 to ensure the most efficient, economical and informed event experience. Exhibit space is currently available.

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