04 Mar International Extrusion Technology Seminar and Exposition, May 2020
Also referenced to as ET ’20, this three-day conference and workshop in Orlando, Florida, is held every four years. This year, it will celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Extrusion industry professionals from 50 countries will attend, bringing with them a diverse range of knowledge and expertise. The three-day ET Seminar has a reputation for a commitment to excellence and provides a unique opportunity to learn about the latest advances from the brightest minds in business and academia.
ABC Aluminum’s principal engineering and production managers and directors are going to be present. Scheduled are 120 technical sessions to select from, presented by global experts in every aspect of extrusion – technical, scientific and research. The closing presentation will be given by Michael Massimino, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Columbia, an astronaut who was on two shuttle missions to repair the Hubble Telescope.
Wadih Kuri, ABC’s President and CEO, who will also be attending, said today “as ABC grows, it is even more crucial that we remain at the forefront of the aluminum extrusion industry, and ahead wherever possible.
This highly regarded event is the opportunity to meet with contemporaries, experts and specialists giving the classes, and exhibiting suppliers across the full industry-spectrum. Our goal is to learn, engage in a valuable exchange of ideas, and find optimum and cutting-edge solutions to resolve and improve upon some of the daily manufacturing challenges all extruders confront.
The bottom line is that at ABC, we are always looking for new and developing techniques that enable us to maximize accuracy, quality, efficiency and overall productivity for our valued customers, who expect nothing less. We are looking forward to a very beneficial, interesting and information-packed three days”.