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MoldMaking Technology Announces the MoldMaking Conference 2022

Nov. 8–9, 2022, in Charlotte, NC

Published: Monday, May 16, 2022 - 12:00

(MoldMaking Technology: Cincinnati, OH) -- MoldMaking Technology magazine, a Gardner Business Media brand, announced today that they will host and produce the MoldMaking Conference on Nov. 8–9, 2022, at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC. The event will be co-located with the Molding Conference, allowing attendees to attend sessions at both events with relative ease.

“The success of PTXPO made it clear that the industry is ready to engage and learn from each other. As a result, we believe it is the right time to launch a MoldMaking Conference dedicated to the mold manufacturing community,” says Christina Fuges, editorial director of MoldMaking Technology. “The program will bring the publication’s Engineer, Build, Maintain and Manage tagline to life while giving attendees a glimpse of what modern mold manufacturing can look like. Presentations from technology and service suppliers, as well as moldmakers, molders, and OEMs, will review technology investment and deployment for the variety of processes used to design and build a mold, will increase awareness and planning for more proactive mold maintenance, and will examine challenges and strategies to further evolve from being a mold shop to a mold manufacturer.” 

“Seeing how lively and eager this community was at the MoldMaking Pavilion at PTXPO, I know the MoldMaking Conference will be exactly what this hungry community needs,” says Allison Kline Miller, chief events officer with Gardner Business Media. “From our experience hosting Amerimold, we know that the mold manufacturing community is constantly in need of new, innovative technical sessions as the business and art of moldmaking changes. So, we are offering high-quality educational sessions alongside the networking opportunities Gardner has become known for across manufacturing.” 

Attendees of the MoldMaking Conference and the Molding Conference will be able to attend sessions at either conference for no additional cost, giving those who attend a significant value for the cost of attending a single event. 

In addition to a full education schedule, the MoldMaking Conference will host an opening networking reception at the world-famous NASCAR Museum, connected to the Charlotte Convention Center. 

A full education schedule and pricing details will be announced later. For more information on the show, interested parties can visit moldmakingconference.com.

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