12/7/2017 | 1 MINUTE READ

CCAI Minnesota Paint and Powder Coating Expo Seeks Presenters

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The Twin Cities Chapter of CCAI and the Minnesota Technical Assistance Program at the University of Minnesota are hosting the Minnesota Paint and Powder Coating Expo on March 15 at Century College in White Bear Lake near St. Paul.

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The Twin Cities Chapter of Chemical Coaters Association International (CCAI) and the Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP) at the University of Minnesota, are hosting the 10th Minnesota Paint and Powder Coating Expo on Thursday, March 15 at Century College in White Bear Lake, Minnesota near St. Paul.

The Expo will include a vendor show, hands-on demonstrations and technical seminars. At the 2015 expo, over 400 participants attended the 17 technical seminars and a vendor show featuring over 50 exhibits.

Call for Papers: The Expo is seeking people to present on topics related to metal finishing. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to, new technologies/ processes, cleaning, degreasing and pretreatment, productivity improvements and cost savings, energy conservation, air emission reductions, and “success story” case studies. Abstracts of 250 words or less must be received by December 22. Address abstracts and inquiries about exhibiting to:

Paul Pagel
2018 Minnesota Paint & Powder Coating Expo
c/o Minnesota Technical Assistance Program
200 Oak Street SE, Suite 350-1
Minneapolis, MN 55455-2008

Pagel can be reached at 612-624-4638 or expo@umn.edu

Exhibitors/Vendors: Exhibitor registration is under way for 2018 Paint and Powder Coating Expo. Cost per booth space is $500. For more information and to register for your space, click here.

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