20 – 22 September 2022 | Chicago, IL

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Rebooting for the Future:
Managing Risk and Fueling Growth Amidst Global Turbulence


The Global Plastics Summit (GPS) will once again be combined with the Polyethylene-Polypropylene Chain Global Technology & Business Forum (PEPP), featuring expert insight – from upstream business reviews to downstream technical applications and end-user trends.

GPS+PEPP is the leading industry event providing perspectives from across the entire plastics supply chain including producers, converters, brand owners and innovators – bringing together more than 300 senior plastics industry decision-makers.

This year’s event will be returning in-person to Chicago, 20-22 September and feature a day dedicated to a new training workshop and two days of expert content and discussion focusing on the theme Rebooting for the Future: Managing Risk and Fueling Growth Amidst Global Turbulence.

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The world is grappling with heightened volatility and unpredictability post-pandemic and amidst global conflict due to factors such as food and energy emergencies, inflation, continued supply chain constraints and a slowing global economy.

Energy transition and plastic waste pressure will now be evaluated against energy sovereignty, thereby creating a new dynamic in the ESG equation. More than ever, plastic processors, convertors companies and brand owners must manage risk and guard against unforeseen ambiguity to stay ahead.

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Chemical Market Analytics by OPIS, a Dow Jones company, provides stakeholders in the global chemical industry with next-generation analytics, deep insights, future outlooks and price discovery to improve operational efficiency. The company offers short- and long-term market coverage for more than 200 core building-block chemicals via Market Advisory Services (MAS), World Analysis (WA), Circular Plastics Service, Chemical Advisory Service and educational and networking conferences such as World Chemical Forum.

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