The ceramic community will showcase its latest innovations April 25-27 at Ceramics Expo 2017.
April 3, 2017
Ceramics Expo 2017 returns to the I-X Center in Cleveland on April 25-27 to showcase the latest innovations in the ceramic community. This free-to-attend event provides attendees with opportunities to discover and explore sources for raw materials, processing equipment, and finished components during the exhibition while learning about trends and technology advances during the two-track conference.
It’s amazing how much you can learn from someone through one simple conversation. Some people are more reticent than others, but if you ask a few questions and then really listen, you can learn the basics fairly quickly: what they like, what matters to them, and what they hope to achieve.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could go somewhere and network with dozens of industry experts, all in one place and at the same time? What if you could listen to these experts share their expertise, and then ask focused questions in order to get specific information that would help you and your business?
Industry participants from around the world are set to head to Cleveland, Ohio, from April 25-27.
March 1, 2017
The ceramic industry continues to evolve, and ceramics are now the material of choice in many of today’s processes, industries, and developmental projects. In addition to offering a unique blend of material, mechanical, and chemical properties, the more ceramics are studied and experimented with, the more adaptable they seem to become.
Multiple factors are expected to boost demand in the refractories market.
March 1, 2017
The total global production of refractories is expected to cross 55 million tons by 2020. The growth of end-user industries and increasing demand for high-performance furnaces have been driving the global market. Key end-user industries for refractories include iron and steel, non-ferrous metals, non-metallic minerals, and non-metallic materials such as glass. However, due to increasing equipment efficiencies, overall consumption of refractories has been declining.