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CCAI Announces 2013 FABTECH Conference Schedule

Along with more than 150 exhibiting companies showcasing finishing products and services, CCAI is providing more than 40 hours of conference programming.
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Going into its fourth year as a partner of the FABTECH Conference Program, CCAI has announced the finishing educational sessions to be presented at FABTECH 2013 in Chicago from November 18-21.

 

The Finishing Conference is part of CCAI’s participation in FABTECH.  Along with their largest Finishing Pavilion ever with more than 150 exhibiting companies showcasing finishing products and services, CCAI is providing more than 40 hours of conference programming.

 

The current sessions that are a part of the finishing portion of the conference can be found on www.fabtechexpo.com under the 'Learn' tab on the home page.

 

To review the complete abstracts of all the CCAI Finishing sessions at FABTECH, go to www.ccaiweb.com and click on FABTECH.  Additionally, you’ll be able to search for finishing sessions on the show website (www.fabtechexpo.com) under the LEARN tab on the home page.

 

Questions regarding the CCAI Finishing Conference at FABTECH can be directed to Kelly LeCount at CCAI: kelly@goyermgt.com or 859-356-1030.

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