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Powder Coating Institute Promotes the 2014 Powder Coating Show in North America

Published on 2014-08-08. Author : SpecialChem

MONTGOMERY, TEXAS -- The Powder Coating Institute (PCI) has announced the Powder Coating Show - the ONLY tradeshow in North America solely dedicated to the needs of the powder coating industry.

"Powder coating industry experts will be featured at the Indiana Convention Center, in Indianapolis, IN September 16-18, 2014 for this unique, once-a-year offering," said Dave Lurie, PCI Executive Director, "It's the perfect opportunity for industry professionals to zone in on uses, benefits and best practices of powder coatings."

The Powder Coating Show is proudly recognized as one of the leading resources for technical and applied technology forums as well as new product innovations and developments. This is the single best opportunity to meet and interact with the leading professionals from the powder coating industry. This premier show will provide insights needed to optimize current processes or to demonstrate that powder coating is the optimal choice for coating products and/or parts.

Along with 100 powder-specific exhibits, 44 expert-led technical session hours, and an attendee networking hospitality reception casino event benefiting the PCI Scholarship Fund, this year's attendees will receive a bonus keynote address from leadership expert, Garrison Wynn.

About The Powder Coating Institute

The Powder Coating Institute's mission is committed to serving its members by promoting the benefits of powder coating technology. PCI represents the North American powder coating industry, promotes powder coating technology and communicates the benefits of powder coating to manufacturers, consumers, and government. Formed on May 1, 1981, as a non-profit organization, PCI works to advance the utilization of powder coating as an economical, non-polluting and high quality finish for your industrial and consumer products.

Source: Powder Coating Institute

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