Event Designed to Promote Consistency, Improved Quality in Rubber Mixing
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WASHINGTON, D.C., March 20, 2006 – The Rubber Manufacturers Association’ General Products Group (GPG) will hold a management symposium on May 11 in Akron, OH, titled “Rubber Sourcing & Mixing: Improved Quality and Productivity Begins Upstream.”
The event is intended for industry executives and managers involved in decision making about material mixing needs. This event is a continuation of GPG’s efforts to promote material consistency as a means of improved process and quality.
The agenda includes presentations on facility architecture, custom mix, pre-blends, the future of mixing capabilities, rubber mixing guidelines & best practices, lab instrumentation & testing, proper maintenance & safety practices of mixing equipment, and training procedures of mixing line technicians.
The event will be held at the Hilton Akron/Fairlawn.
Complete details on speakers and registration can be found at www.rma.org. Member registration is $250, and non-member is $500. Additional details can also be requested by contacting Dan Mustico at (202) 682-4866 or email@example.com.
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The Rubber Manufacturers Association is the national trade association for the rubber products industry. Its members include more than 100 companies that manufacture various rubber products, including tires, hoses, belts, seals, molded goods, and other finished rubber products. RMA members employ over 120,000 workers and account for more than $21 billion in annual sales.