International Rotating Equipment Conference provides networking opportunities
Published by Rosalie Starling,
Editor - Hydrocarbon Engineering
The world’s leading rotating equipment convention is an innovation platform that offers participants a unique opportunity: they will become part of and benefit from an exclusive global networking event. A presence of more than 800 visitors at the previous convention has generated a keen interest in the upcoming edition across the sector.
The 3rd International Rotating Equipment Conference – Pumps, Compressors and Vacuum Technology Conference is organised by VDMA Pumps + Systems, as well as VDMA Compressors, Compressed Air and Vacuum Technology. It will take place in the Düsseldorf Congress Centre, Germany, from 14 - 15 September 2016, with three forums under one roof: the Pump Users International Forum, the Compressor Users International Forum and the EFRC (European Forum for Reciprocating Compressors) conference.
Papers presented at the International Rotating Equipment Conference will allow manufacturers to share their deep knowledge and experience with attendees. They will answer questions from users face to face. The detailed programme, including lecture titles, is available on the conference website.
“Our conference offers a rich bundle of services,” said Christoph Singrün, Managing Director at VDMA Pumps + Systems, as well as Compressors, Compressed Air and Vacuum Technology. “It is an exclusive networking space for manufacturers and users of pumps, compressors and vacuum technology. They will have an opportunity to exchange their ideas and knowledge with other experts from around the world”.
Adapted from press release by Rosalie Starling
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