Exhibitors from both manufacturing supply chains, including, but not limited to, chemical providers, adhesive and resin suppliers, converters/die cutters, adhesive and non-adhesive tape manufacturers, functional film manufacturers, testing services, coatings, machine manufacturers and parts suppliers will be showcasing their services and products to the entire supply chains plus a host of end user buying sectors attending from: Automotive, Medical, Electrical, Retail, Construction, White Goods, HVAC, Touchscreen/Flat Panel Displays, Cell Phone & Tablets, Agriculture, Electronics and Semiconductors, Flexible Circuit Boards, Solar Energy/Energy Storage, Industrial, Printing and Packaging.
Meet the TFF Advisory Board Members!
Vice President - Enimac Tape Application Solutions
Automotive Market Segment Manager - Avery Dennison
COO - AVX Tapes
Dr. Michael Müller
Managing Director at Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH
Business Manager Industrial & Medical Tapes division - Mactac
VP Sales & Marketing - Adhesive Applications
COO - ATP Adhesive Systems AG
Technical Sales Manager - Drytac
Chief Operating Officer - SELF
GM Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Division - Toyo Ink America, LLC
In the first episode of The TFF Diaries, Exhibition Manager Martin Geddes-Jones was joined by Enimac Tape Application Solutions Vice President, and TFF Advisory Board Member Martin Buerger. During the conversation, they discuss the role of Enimac's machines in the adhesive tape industry, the expansion of the companies testing, training and R&D facilities, and Martin's excitement about participating in the show.
Detroit is a Delta hub with excellent domestic and international connections. The mid-west region is a major silicone manufacturing centre with key end user industries well established in the area, such as: automotive and mobility, aerospace, industrial processing, medical devices manufacturing, mass transport and agriculture.
Huntington Place is 2,400,000-square-foot in size and has 723,000 square feet of exhibition space, with 623,000 square feet contiguous. In 2015, the facility completed a $279,000,000 renovation that repurposed the Cobo Arena space, adding additional meeting halls, a glass atrium with a view of the Detroit riverfront, and the 40,000-square-foot Grand Riverview Ballroom. It is served by the Detroit People Mover with its own station. Huntington Place has several large, attached parking garages, and direct access to the Lodge Freeway. The facility is located along the Detroit International Riverfront, and within walking distance of several downtown hotels.