Ceramics Expo 2016
Posted by Alex Painter on April 1, 2016
After a very successful showing last year, IPS Ceramics will once again been showcasing all its latest advanced products at Ceramics Expo 2016, taking place in Cleveland, Ohio from 26-28 April.
IPS has from the very outset established strong links with the North American market and counts major producers there among its valued customers. Several important initiatives are currently being planned which will coincide with the company’s presence at the Cleveland show.
Ceramics Expo is a dedicated marketplace for all raw materials, equipment, machinery and technology used within the ceramic manufacturing supply chain. IPS plays an important part in this story as not only will the company feature its cordierite refractories, but also the ever growing range of technical ceramics used both downstream and by other industries such as aerospace, automobile, electrical, medical, defence, transportation, heat treatment, environmental technologies, laboratory, and research and development.
“We are very excited about the prospects for Ceramics Expo,” said IPS sales director Phil Green. “The exhibition is drawing lots of support, is twice the size it was a year ago and many more visitors are expected this time. We intend to build on our very promising showing in 2015 and further consolidate our reputation in the North American marketplace.”
Through the creation of a focused ceramics marketplace, the exhibition draws attendance from genuine decision makers within the ceramic manufacturing area and also from a vast range of industries that use ceramic materials and components.
The IPS Ceramics range of cordierite kiln furniture is one of the broadest available anywhere in the world and these high performance, thermally efficient products are well established in the US market as well as Central and South America.
Gaining more popularity is the expanding portfolio of IPS Technical Ceramics, especially with advanced industries in North America. The range now includes high alumina, aluminium nitride, silicon carbide, zirconia, glass-ceramics and steatite.