2016 Milwaukee Regional Meeting: Registration OPEN

Registration is open for the second annual NFPA Milwaukee Regional Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, September 27.  We are pleased to partner with the Milwaukee School of Engineering this year and will hold this meeting in the 4th Floor Meeting Space at the new Grohmann Tower on the MSOE Campus. The 2016 Milwaukee Regional combines the casual networking and candid industry updates these meetings are known for, plus will feature two expert presenters from the fluid power industry. The topics will focus on technical innovations of interest to all. Plus, MSOE will provide optional tours of their Fluid Power Lab at the close of the lunch meeting for those interested.

NFPA Regional Meetings are free and open to members and non-members alike. Feel free to invite your suppliers, distributors, or other colleagues who support our industry.  These meetings are held in geographic areas where there is a concentration of fluid power companies. However, all fluid power industry representatives are welcome to attend regardless of geographic location.  Contact Leslie Miller at lmiller@nfpa.com or 414-778-3369 with questions.

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