ICIS are excited to be exhibiting at the APLA conference, showcasing our portfolio of products and services.
If you’re attending APLA, make sure to visit us. We will be there throughout the conference, and look forward to learning more about you and your business.
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If you’re going to be at APLA, why not come by our stand (Arpoador) to meet the team? You’ll find us at the Arpoador suite.
Alternatively, you can schedule a meeting during APLA with one of the team.
The latest interactive publication from ICIS has a report from the recent Latin American petrochemicals meeting held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
It features video interviews with leading regional executives and consultants, talking about feedstocks, projects and the outlook for the industry in the region.
George Martin is the Deputy Bureau Chief of the Americas region. He covers Latin America polystyrene, polypropylene, polyethylene and US butanediol. He can be reached at George.Martin@icis.com
Lane Kelley is a senior editor in the Americas region covering shipping, methanol, acetic acid and vinyl acetate monomer. He can be reached at Lane.Kelley@icis.com
Ron Coifman is a senior editor in the Americas region covering Latin America polyvinyl chloride, caustic soda and PET, as well as US polyols, isocyanates, and propylene oxide. He can be reached at Ronald.Coifman@icis.com
William Lemos is the Managing Editor for Europe. He can be reached at William.Lemos@icis.com
James Ray is a Senior Consultant for ICIS. He can be reached at James.Ray@icis.com
David Anderson is a Senior Consultant in the Americas region covering olefins and polyolefins. He can be reached at David.Anderson@icis.com
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