Metalcasters are getting ready for big crowds—and big success—in the revamped Cast in North America (CINA) exhibit at CastExpo 2019, April 27-30 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The new-look CINA has big changes in store this year: a new educational track just for designers and buyers, the return of the popular “Bring Your Own Blueprint” or "BYOB" program, and a prime location right on the show floor at the Georgia World Congress Center.
Besides the full-scale exhibits, innovative technology and exciting demos, CastExpo is known for its education and training, including session tracks aimed at different groups. The Designers & Buyers Track is tailored to their needs, with expert instruction to help designers and buyers better understand the casting process. This will drive floor traffic to exhibiting foundries, too.
Visitors will be primed to make the most of their trip to CINA by closing deals and creating new business relationships with foundry representatives. Foundries, likewise, will want to be at the continent’s largest metalcasting trade show to take advantage of this opportunity.
Of course, wise metalcasters embrace big growth, but they also plan for slowdowns. Exhibiting in CINA is an ideal way to prepare for the possibility of slower growth by reaching the customers who matter most—exactly the kinds of designers and buyers who visit CastExpo.
Interested in exhibiting as a CINA foundry? CINA exhibitors must be based in North America and either sell and/or manufacture cast metal components produced in North America or provide casting design, rapid prototyping or other casting development-related services to OEMs and other end-users.
For more information, or to reserve exhibit space, visit www.castexpo.com.