Published on April 27th, 2016 |
By: April Gocha
Live from Ceramics Expo 2016—Photos from day 2 in Cleveland, Ohio
Published on April 27th, 2016 | By: April Gocha
Ceramics Expo 2016 opened day 2 at the I-X Center in Cleveland, Ohio, Wednesday morning with a strong showing after Tuesday’s successful opening day (see photos here and video here).
While exhibitors were busy in the hall preparing for the ceramic and glass materials tradeshow’s second day, visitors lined up in the lobby ready to walk the aisles once the doors opened at 10 am.
In addition to hundreds of great exhibitors giving away goodies and showcasing raw materials, equipment, machinery, and technology within the ceramic and glass manufacturing supply chain, Ceramics Expo 2016 continues today with more engaging presentations during the tradeshow’s accompanying conference—all completely FREE to attend.
Today the show runs through 6:30 pm—with a happy hour and reception this evening from 4:30–6:30, complete with rides on the giant Ferris wheel inside the I-X Center—so be sure to stop by (onsite registration is still available). And when you do, visit us at ACerS booth (#308)!
Ceramics Expo 2016 runs through Thursday, April 28, from 10 am–2:30 pm.
ACerS kicked off day 2 of Ceramics Expo 2016 with a breakfast for its corporate members. Credit: ACerS
Business at the CoorsTek booth. Credit: ACerS
Ceramics Expo is a great place to catch up with customers old and new. Credit: ACerS
Smiles in the Kerneos booth. Credit: ACerS
Demos are all around the show floor at Ceramics Expo. Credit: ACerS
Business card exchange in the Vanderbilt booth. Credit: ACerS
Representatives at the Ferro Corp. booth talk with prospective customers. Credit: ACerS
Ceramics Expo is all about business connections—in the McDanel booth, a handshake seals the deal. Credit: ACerS
Robocasting representatives chat with expo visitors. Credit: ACerS
A business card swap—the currency at Ceramics Expo—caught in the act. Credit: ACerS
Expo visitors check out exhibitors’ products. Credit: ACerS
Business at the tunnel kiln—only at Ceramics Expo. Credit: ACerS
A CeramTec representative shows an expo visitor the company’s displayed products. Credit: ACerS
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