SPE/IMI staging wide-ranging technical conference
Advances in materials and processes will be highlighted in an upcoming conference organized by the Society of Plast...
August 21, 2001 by Canadian Plastics
Advances in materials and processes will be highlighted in an upcoming conference organized by the Society of Plastics Engineers Quebec Section and the National Research Council’s Industrial Materials Institute. The conference, "Emerging Technologies for the New Millennium", will be held Sept. 20 and 21 at IMI facilities in Boucherville, QC, a suburb of nearby Montreal.
Keynote speakers at the conference will be IPEX Inc. CEO Thomas Torokvei and Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd.’s vice president of sales and service, Michael Urquhart. The conference will cover a host of topics ranging from developments in wood fibre composites, extrusion and blowmolding to applications and research in materials and injection molding technology. A complete final program can be viewed on SPE Quebec’s website (www.spequebec.qc.ca). Cost for the two-day program is CDN$400 for SPE members, CDN$450 for non-members. A discount is available for those that register before August, 25, 2001. For more information contact Ginette Desmarais at 514-626-6277, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org