2018-03-12 - 2018-03-15
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Executive Director
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814-833-0681 / 1-800-988-COAT

PCI's POWDER COATING 2018 Returns to Indianapolis.  Long known as the event where the industry gathers to discuss all things powder coating, POWDER COATING 2018 features powder coating education, hands-on training, tabletop exhibits and networking with industry peers. PCI’s Executive Director Trena Benson remarks, “We are excited to be headed back to Indy for the POWDER COATING 2018 Technical Conference. This event is the best place for powder coating end users and suppliers to learn, network, and support the entire powder coating industry.”

The four-day event will kick off with the Technical Conference and Tabletop Exhibition on Monday & Tuesday, March 12 & 13, closing on the morning of March 14. Complete with general sessions and concurrent technical program, attendees will have access to a variety of powder coating information as well as personal interaction with suppliers. The tabletop display area will feature powder coating manufacturers, powder coating application equipment, system houses, chemical suppliers and various services that support the powder coating industry. 

Following the technical conference, PCI’s popular Powder Coating 101: Basic Essentials Hands-On Workshop will be offered on Wednesday afternoon, March 14 and Thursday, March 15. The workshop includes a comprehensive agenda that covers all the basics of powder coating operations.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from the best in the powder coating industry. Representatives from OEMs and custom coaters who apply powder coating and other industrial finishes will attend this event. 

Attendee information

Applicators, Architects, Business Managers, Contractors, Engineers, Finishing Coordinators, Finishing Supervisors, Foremen, Formulators, Owners (Company/Facility), Paint Booth Operators, Plant Managers, Purchasing Agents, Presidents & CEOs, Quality Control Managers, Specifiers, Technical Directors, Technical Personnel.

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