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National Coil Coating Association

2017 Fall Technical Meeting

Sept. 25-27, 2017

Renaissance Fort Worth

Fort Worth, Texas

2017 Fall Technical Meeting Index

Education Seminar

 

The fall's educational seminar will focus on coatings used in the coil industry, presented by David Cocuzzi, NCCA technical director. The seminar will take a deep look into the formulation of coatings and how formulation variables affect physical properties and long-term durability. The seminar will take place on Monday afternoon, Sept. 25. To attend the education seminar only, register for the seminar at a discounted rate of only $200 by clicking here.

 

The Annual Trade Show

 

Our trade show, the industry’s top networking event of the year, returns on Tuesday, Sept. 26, from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. Join your industry colleagues for hors d’oeuvres, refreshments, and displays of the latest industry products and services. If your company would like to exhibit at this year’s show, contact the NCCA office at 216-241-7333 or click here to register as an exhibitor.

 

Luncheon Speaker

 

Todd Buchholz is an international economist, hedge fund manager, winner of Harvard’s annual teaching prize, and a frequent TV and radio commentator. He is a widely sought keynote speaker addressing a variety of topics from the U.S. financial markets to geo-political debates to economic policies that impact business strategies around the globe. Todd will close the fall meeting with his presentation after lunch on Sept. 27.

 

Innovative Presentations

 

The technical presentations on Tuesday will begin with a presentation on "Transformational Thinking: The Necessity of Innovation." This presentation will inspire out-of-the-box thinking and is an excellent lead-in to several other presentations on innovation. These include Radiative Sky Cooling, State-of-the Art Laminates, Modeling Thermo-Mechanical Properties, and more.

 

Click here to register for the meeting.

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