Orlando, Fla. — The CAMX trade show, which was postponed in Orlando when Hurricane Irma slammed into Florida, has been rescheduled — again in Orlando, Dec. 12-14, at the Orange County Convention Center.
CAMX, which highlights the composites industry, is co-produced by the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) and the Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE).
Other details, beyond the dates, are pending.
"CAMX is proud to return to Florida this year, especially after the recent devastation that has impacted the region due to Hurricane Irma," said Heather Rhoderick, CAMX show director and ACMA's senior vice president of events and information.
Gregg Balko, SAMPE's CEO and executive director, called CAMX "critical" to the composites industry. "Completely canceling was not an option," he said.
The show was originally set to run Sept. 11-14.