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9/10/2018

PCI Plans 2019 Custom Coater Forum

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The two-day event will take place prior to the CI Powder Coating 2019 Technical Conference and Tabletop Exhibition, which will held April 3-4, at Florida’s Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld.

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The Powder Coating Institute (PCI) will host its Custom Coater Forum April 1-2, prior to the PCI Powder Coating 2019 Technical Conference and Tabletop Exhibition, which will held April 3-4, at Florida’s Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld.

The two-day forum provides presentations and roundtable discussions on business solutions, new product technologies, PCI programs and more. 

“The programming is designed from the feedback of PCI custom coater members,” says Trena Benson, PCI executive director. “It is an excellent opportunity to help powder coaters gain new resources and tools to improve their business, as well as develop relationships with other powder coaters.”

Unlike in previous years when the forum followed the technical conference, PCI scheduled the 2019 event on Monday and Tuesday prior to allow attendees to arrive over the weekend and enjoy Orlando-area activities beforehand.

Sponsorships for the event are available and can be reserved at powdercoating.org/PC19.

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