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Americhem announces schedule for its educational series
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Dec '15
Americhem has announced the new 2016 schedule for its Americhem U educational series with fresh topics which will be held in Dalton, Georgia.

An Americhem press release informed that each session is scheduled to be hosted at the Dalton Convention Center by Americhem experts, well known throughout the carpet, synthetic turf and textile industry.

The first session begins with a topic titled 'The Science Behind What We See' and will explore colour theory and how it affects our work on January 28, 2016 between 5 and 7 PM.

The next is on March 10 between 11 AM and 1 PM titled 'What Makes a Good Colour' and it will share inputs on colour's role in quality and process control.

The next is on 'Real Value Engineering' which will present on why superior products go well beyond colour on May 12 and will be hosted between 11 AM and 1 PM.

Another is on 'Colour Trends 2017-2018' and will discuss fashion-forward colour forecast for the coming years and will be organised on September 15 between 11 AM and 1 PM.

“With the industry constantly evolving, our Americhem U lunch and learn series continues to be a valuable channel for customers to stay on top of the latest trends,” Scott Blanchard, communications manager at Americhem said. (AR)

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