March into 2022 industry events with Progressive

March into 2022 industry events with Progressive



The wait is over!

Plastics industry events are ramping up, and the Progressive team is excited to be participating, presenting, and exhibiting at these three key events in March 2022:



The MAPP Quality and Engineering Forum is a two-day, virtual event positioned to provide attendees with access to new ideas, new methods for improvement, and opportunities to expand their professional network.

PROGRESSIVE PRESENTATION - NEW COOLING SYSTEMS
March 11, 2022 - 12:00 PM
Presented by: Sujit Sheth and Paul Moreau , Progressive Components
Sujit and Paul will identify significant opportunities to better understand the impact of cooling on the overall process, part quality, and mold function as it pertains to Molders, Mold Makers, Toolroom Managers, and more! 



Plastics News Executive Forum is the destination for industry leaders to gather, converse and learn in a warm, relaxing atmosphere.

This three-day conference takes place March 21-23, in Naples, Florida, and returns as an in-person event with activities and an agenda geared to support the needs of the busy plastics professional. 

The conference will offer sessions in such critical areas as successful management, workforce development and culture, economic and material trends, and creating an organization poised to meet coming challenges.



PTXPO is a dynamic new tradeshow created for decision-makers paving the way for plastics processing throughout the North America supply chain. 

PTXPO will feature equipment, machinery, materials, and technology solutions organized into pavilioned exhibit halls. Located in the center hall, Booth #907, the PRO team is ready to present new exclusive components and innovative monitoring technologies to help maximize the performance of your tools.

SHOW HOURS
Tuesday, March 29: 9 am–5 pm
Wednesday, March 30: 9 am–5 pm
Thursday, March 31: 9 am–3 pm


On behalf of the entire Progressive Components team, we look forward to connecting with you soon so that we may share all that's new for better-performing injection molds.