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Global meet on textile coating and laminating in Prague
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The next international conference on textile coating and laminating will be held on March 16 and 17, 2016 in the Czech capital Prague, the International Newsletters Ltd has said.

The event will include presentations covering the key economic and technology trends, including the state of the industry, techniques and materials, technology for growth, and new opportunities.

Industry heavyweights from some of the most influential companies around the world, are scheduled to address delegates on key technology and economic trends, state-of-the-art processes, materials, and new markets and applications.

Conference chair Bill Smith of Industrial Textile Associates will compile the programme, which will be designed to be informative to senior managers, technical and marketing directors, and industry analysts, as well as fostering networking between all the participants.

International Newsletters claims the conference series has a track record of attracting high-level speakers and delegates from the entire supply chain, including suppliers, processors and end-users, International Newsletters said. Emphasis is on technical applications for coated and laminated materials.

While the majority of the programme is by invitation, space will be reserved for unsolicited presentations that reveal the latest developments shaping the future of the industry, the organizer said. An official Call for Papers will be made shortly, but those wishing to be considered can send in an abstract of their proposed topic of 300–500 words to the Organizing Committee. Abstracts will be accepted up to 9 September 2015, but those interested are urged to submit their ideas as soon as possible, International Newsletters said. (SH)

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