Once again the city of Guangzhou in Southern China welcomed the world of plastics professionals to its massive exhibition hall. Though the organizers of the K Fair (Messe Dusseldorf) insist they are not nervous, it appears that Chinaplas is now larger than K, at least in terms of quantity (if not quality) of exhibitors.
Archive for month: June, 2015
Investopedia defines value-added as “the enhancement a company gives its product or service before offering the product to customers.” That sounds about right to us. In the thermoforming industry, value-added can take the form of painting, bonding, finishing or assembling. Over the years, CMT has been asked to come up with some interesting syntactic solutions, though we never really proposed them as value-added. We think it’s time to change that.
Peer references are often the most effective way of imparting credibility to something: a product, a service, a new hire, etc. In the case of the Penn College Thin-Gauge Thermoforming Seminar, the same holds true. With over 30 participants from 19 different companies, the 2015 workshop garnered some very positive reviews. Here are just a few: