Published on December 2nd, 2015 | By: April Gocha0
December ACerS Bulletin is online and ready to help locate products, equipment, resources, and morePublished on December 2nd, 2015 | By: April Gocha
The December issue of the ACerS Bulletin—which also happens to be our annual reference and buyer’s guide, ceramicSOURCE—is now available online. Open or download the issue in either convenient format above to read this special issue.
December’s feature story is a preview of next April’s Ceramics Expo 2016 industry tradeshow in Cleveland, Ohio. Following the success of the inaugural 2015 show, U.K.-based tradeshow company Smarter Shows will once again bring the best from the entire supply chain to Ohio to showcase the latest in the ceramics and glass industry.
Ceramics Expo 2016 has some surprises in store, so be sure to check out this exclusive preview. Registration for the show is already open and completely FREE—sign up today.
In addition to all the research, Society, and industry news in every issue of the ACerS Bulletin, the back end of the December issue houses ceramicSOURCE, the annual reference and buyer’s guide of the American Ceramic Society.
ceramicSOURCE provides a cozy little home to find all the materials, processes, equipment, resources, and products for the ceramic and glass industry. We’ve got the whole supply chain covered—from natural minerals and ceramic powders to advanced structural ceramics and glass products, and everything in between.
Flip to page 27 to start exploring the companies, products, and services within the ceramic and glass industry. You can either search for a particular product or service in the Product & Services Directory (hint: Use the Product/Service Index on page 28 to find what you’re looking for quickly) or go straight to company contact information in the Company Directory. Need to find a supplier in your region of the world? Turn to the Geographic Index to find out which companies are nearby.
The current issue is free to all for a short time, but remember that all the valuable content in over ninety years of past issues of the ACerS Bulletin is free only to members—so considering joining us today!
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