NCCA to Hold Fall Technical Meeting in St. Louis
July 21, 2009
CLEVELAND - The National Coil Coating Association (NCCA) will hold its 2009 Fall Technical Meeting Sept. 21-23 in St. Louis, MO.
The association is offering special discounts and special presentations for new attendees from member companies. First-time attendees can register for half the price of regular attendees. Attendees are also invited to a special “Back to Basics” session with presentations geared for those who have recently been introduced to the world of prepainted metals. These presentations will cover fundamental information on topics such as steel, aluminum, coil coating and paint.
D. Jeffrey Dietrich, an economic trends expert, will be the luncheon speaker on Sept. 23. As a Senior Analyst for the Institute for Trend Research, Dietrich has more than 30 years of leadership experience in public speaking, writing and training.
Other sessions offered at the conference include: a panel discussion on the role of the service center in prepainted metals; UV/EB Technology for Coil Coating Applications; Embedded Energy in Raw Materials: Reducing Energy for Curing; The Future of Garage Doors and Prepainted Metals; and Pressured Feed Application Systems.
The Annual NCCA Trade Show is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 22, from 4:30-7:00 p.m. This event provides participants with direct access to industry resources for innovative products and services, all in one information-packed gathering.
For information, or to register for the meeting, visit NCCA's website at www.coilcoating.org.