Metal and Shows in February
February might be the shortest month but we still have plenty for you; not least, two major shows to look forward to: LATAMCAN in Mexico City on 20-22 February, and Argus Metals Week in London, 26 February – 1 March, and the publication of our very first printed Canmaking News Magazine, which we will be mailing to our subscribers in the very near future.
In just over a week, we will be setting out for Mexico City and slightly warmer temperatures to join LATAMCAN for the start of its exciting show and hope to see many of you there; our review of the event will be available exclusively to our subscribers. If you haven’t been before, you’re missing a treat, not only is LATAMCAN considered to be one of the most important conferences in Latin America for the manufacture of 2- and 3-piece cans but also its commitment to the Latin American market and its willingness to adapt to the needs and emergent trends of the industry has allowed the show to develop in value and pull from year to year.
The Argus Metals Week conference, 26 Feb – 1 March, London, is also recognised as an event highlight for the international metals market, allowing attendees the opportunity to meet major industry stakeholders from North and South America, China, Australia, Japan, Russia and India. This event promises four days of multidisciplinary insights into the central challenges in the metals’ marketplace, with over 250 key representatives including mining companies, producers, manufacturers, and traders.
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TWEETS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED
First Koenig & Bauer sheetfed offset press under tropical skies: A 4-color Rapida 75 PRO is set to enter production at IPC on the island of Mauritius soon. Read the full article here https://t.co/f0ES5kBF9g #offsetprinting #b2press #rapida #koenigandbauer pic.twitter.com/hImnCxmzmy
— Koenig & Bauer (@koenigandbauer) February 6, 2019
Strongbow Exploration has confirmed Cornwall Council's vote in support of the South Crofty #mine project. It aims to restart production after the mine closed in 1998 with estimates showing the highest grades of known deposits with over 44kt contained #tin: https://t.co/Hpf2DXXmVr pic.twitter.com/iB1K9zO4JI
— Roskill (@Roskill_Info) February 6, 2019
#aerosol #practical #course we head to the lab to play with gas, #formula and check the effect of different #valves on the spray performance. We even assembled, crimped and measured the results pic.twitter.com/K8jr2iY1c9
— BAMA (@BAMA_aerosol) February 6, 2019
Our research suggests that #tin may have significant potential for use in lithium-ion batteries. Increased battery manufacturing could be followed by greater tin demand.
— International Tin Association (@IntlTin) February 6, 2019
We would like to thank to all customers and suppliers we have met at the ADF in Paris. We look forward to another successful year together.
A bientôt à New York in September.
#adfparis #aerosolcans #sustainablesourcing pic.twitter.com/7D4u32qDYz
— Moravia Cans (@MoraviaCans) February 5, 2019
An intense 2 days in Paris, with a range of interesting speakers at the @ADF_PCD conference, a variety of entries to the Awards, and an international mix of suppliers. Peter Watmough @CascadeTech gives an outstanding presentation on the advantages of their leak-detection analysis pic.twitter.com/KRULW9IoI9
— BAMA (@BAMA_aerosol) February 3, 2019
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