SPE EUROTEC® 2013 attracts 250 attendees from 28 countries.August 8, 2013 -
Held at Lyon, France on July 4–5, EUROTEC 2013 was one of a series of broad-based SPE technical conferences modeled on renowned ANTEC®, which is held annually in the United States. Event included 150 presentations covering polymer materials, applications, and innovations. Attendees came from throughout Europe and from Asia and the U.S.
SPE Eurotec® 2013 Attracts 250 Attendees from 28 Countries
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Press release date: August 2, 2013
NEWTOWN, CT., U.S.A., -- A total of 250 plastics industry professionals from 28 countries attended the second Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) EUROTEC® conference earlier this month, it was announced today by SPE.
Held at Lyon, France on July 4-5, EUROTEC 2013 was one of a series of broad-based SPE technical conferences modeled on the renowned ANTEC®, which is held annually in the U.S. The next such overseas conference will be ANTEC® Dubai, scheduled for January 21-22, 2014.
There were 150 presentations at EUROTEC 2013, covering polymer materials, processes, applications, and innovations. Attendees came from throughout Europe and from Asia and the United States.
“EUROTEC 2013 was the largest plastics conference of any scheduled to take place in Europe this year,” said Olivier Crave, SPE vice president and conference chair. “As at ANTEC, all of the technical presentations were original, peer-reviewed papers. We structured the program to include multiple networking opportunities for plastics professionals from many countries.”
The first EUROTEC conference took place at Barcelona in 2011
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