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ICE 2013 to welcome over 100 new exhibitors

January 22, 2013

The biannual show has significantly increased in size since 2011.

ICE USA has announced that more than 100 new exhibitors will be joining more than 200 returning exhibitors at ICE USA 2013, taking place April 9-11, in Orlando, FL, USA. Many of the new exhibitors have also reserved larger exhibit space to display the running machinery they will be bringing to the Show.

Some of the companies who will be exhibiting at the biennial Show for the first time include: Nordmeccanica, Totani America, Flint Group, Flexographic Products, TGW International, H.B. Fuller, Flexo Wash and EyeC- America. They will be joining such well known ICE USA Alumni as: Comexi, Maxcess, Daetwyler, New Era, Montalvo, Mitsubishi, Siemens, Nordson, Double E, ISRA VISION, Sonoco, Uteco, Catbridge, Advanced Photonix and other global converting equipment suppliers.

“We’ve already experienced a large increase in the size of the Show from ICE USA 2011 and we expect to continue to grow as we get closer to the event,” says Bob Chiricosta, ICE USA show director. “We are especially excited that so many exhibitors are bringing and running equipment."

Chiricosta added attendee registration is also well ahead of ICE USA 2011 at the same point in time before the Show. For a full list of exhibitors, or for more information about ICE USA 2013, visit www.ice-x-usa.com/exhibitor-list.
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