International Silicone Conference
Ken Baker, CEO of Southampton, Pa.-based NewAge Industries Inc., tells the industry to embrace change in the face of today's challenges.
With more than 50 years in the silicone industry, John Carroll—the "Godfather of Silicone"—imparted some industry history at Rubber News International Silicone Conference.
The manufacturing industry has been slow to embrace changes in work force needs. But making these changes will be critical to the industry's survival, according to an Ohio Manufacturer's Association expert.
Port congestion remains an issue, with 12 percent of global capacity effectively removed for several reasons, including COVID-19 and a lack of labor, while air freight is impacted by closures in the air space over Russia.
When the International Silicone Conference returned to Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, May 10, speakers focused on some of the industry's hottest topics: labor, supply chain and sustainability.
During the International Silicone Conference, Alexandra Rinehart of Shin-Etsu offered a global breakdown of regulations emerging in countries around the world.
R.D. Abbott's Rick Ziebell will give a technical talk at the event, while John Carroll will discuss his five decades in the industry and how that experience can be used to guide future planning.
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The International Silicone Conference offers a comprehensive look at the state and future of the silicone industry from an economic and innovation standpoint.
With a clear trend in the electric transmission and heat distribution industry away from glass and ceramic insulation, silicone is seeing increased use in the production of wires and cables.