“Although pre-registration has ended, onsite registration will be available at the convention,” stated Waasy Boddison, SUR/FIN Steering Committee Chairman.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 09, 2013
The National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF) is preparing for what is expected to be an impressive turnout at the 95th annual SUR/FIN Manufacturing & Technology Tradeshow & Conference, which will take place from June 10-12th at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL.
“Although pre-registration has ended, onsite registration will be available at the convention,” stated Waasy Boddison, SUR/FIN Steering Committee Chairman. All indicators lead to one of the largest conference attendances since 2008.
SUR/FIN will include:
- Over 70 industry presentations
- 3 Keynote speakers that include: Dr. Ken Mayland, ClearView Economics, Jim Blass of Caterpillar and Laurie Harbour, President of Harbour Results, Inc., discussing the revitalizing of the American manufacturing industry
- Over 150 exhibitors representing the industry’s top technologies
Co-locating with the conference this year will be the Amerimold and Fastener Tech industry conferences.
Onsite registration will take place at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center Monday, June 10th beginning at 10 AM and will continue through June 12th.
For complete details on onsite registration for SUR/FIN 2013 visit nasf.org.
The National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF) is the largest trade association representing the surface finishing industry as a key segment of the North American and Global manufacturing value chain. Their mission is clear: Advance a sustainable future for the North American surface finishing industry. For further information on the association, contact Phil Assante at PAssante(at)nasf(dot)org or visit the association’s website at http://nasf.org.
SUR/FIN is the industry’s ultimate educational resource covering the most timely and critical issues for R&D, project systems, engineering, quality, and regulatory affairs from professionals within the surface finishing industry. Attendees can expect to come with their most pressing questions and leave with the information they need to improve their products, processes, and business. For complete details and information on onsite registration, visit http://nasf.org.