GMIC announces partnership with Ceramics Expo 2015

The GMIC has announced that it is partnering with Ceramics Expo, a new commercially focused ceramic and glass manufacturing trade show, making its debut 28-30 April 2015, Cleveland, OH. The event presents a perfect opportunity for CEOs, production and technical directors, lead engineers, project managers, and buyers to explore the latest innovations and research in this exciting and constantly evolving industry.

The Glass Manufacturing Industry Council (GMIC) is pleased to announce a partnership with Ceramics Expo, a new commercially focused ceramic and glass manufacturing trade show. Making its debut 28-30 April 2015, Cleveland, OH, the show, organized by engineering trade show producer Smarter Shows, will showcase all raw materials, equipment, machinery and technology that comprise the ceramics industry supply chain.
The event will cover advanced glass applications, as well as being a supply chain event looking at improvements and innovation in all areas of glass manufacturing. The event expects to open its doors to over 2,000 attendees in 2015 with an exhibit hall of over 150 exhibiting companies from all over the world – an impressive start for this annual trade show scheduled for the last week in April in Cleveland each year.
With participation from Corning, Morgan, CeramTec, Saint Gobain and Mo-Sci among others, the event presents a perfect opportunity for CEOs, production and technical directors, lead engineers, project managers, and buyers to explore the latest innovations and research in this exciting and constantly evolving industry. Along with the GMIC, the event is also fully supported by the Association of American Ceramic Component Manufacturers and the American Ceramic Society (ACerS), Ceramics Expo’s founding partner.
Taking place in North America’s manufacturing Midwest: Cleveland, Ohio, the show will leverage state’s manufacturing expertise, showcasing steel, automotive, aerospace, energy and biomedicine ceramic and glass applications
Running alongside the exhibition will be the Conference @ Ceramics Expo, where expert speakers will tackle the most critical issues impacting the advanced ceramics, composites, and glass manufacturing communities.