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Regional Meeting
2019 Detroit Regional Meeting Tuesday, March 26, 2019 John Wayne Lewis Center of Macomb Community College Warren, Michigan Join your colleagues next Tuesday, March 26 at the NFPA 2019 Detroit Regional Meeting at the Macomb Community College John Wayne Lewis Center. In addition to the quality, casual networking these meetings are known for, you will...

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Regional Meeting
2019 Detroit Regional Meeting Tuesday, March 26, 2019 John Wayne Lewis Center of Macomb Community College Warren, Michigan This year’s Detroit Regional Meeting highlights two key areas that are affecting the future of the fluid power industry: the Internet of Things and workforce development. Covering the Internet of Things will be “A Practical Approach to Innovation – Theories...

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Regional Meeting
The NFPA 2019 Detroit Regional Meeting date has been set for Tuesday, March 26. We’re returning to the John Wayne Lewis Center at Macomb Community College in Warren, Michigan. This Regional Meeting is co-located with a Fluid Power Action Challenge hosted by Master Pneumatic, and is held over breakfast. In addition to the quality, casual networking these meetings...

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2018 Chicago Regional Meeting
Last week more than 30 fluid power professionals attended the NFPA Chicago Regional Meeting at the Oak Brook Hills - Hilton just outside of Chicago, Illinois. Oxford Economics Senior Economist, Mike Reid, presented the recently released NFPA Fluid Power Demand Estimates Report. Mike and his team worked closely with NFPA’s Economics and Statistical Programs Manager...

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Cleveland Regional Meeting
Over 30 fluid power professionals filled the City Club of Cleveland for the 2018 NFPA Cleveland Regional Meeting. Attendees represented all areas of the fluid power industry. The event provided the opportunity for attendees to network with other NFPA members and find out what's going on with industry peers by discussing strengths and brainstorming improvements...

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NFPA Cleveland Regional Meeting
NFPA’s 2018 Cleveland Regional Meeting is less than month away and registrations are coming in every day from professionals across the fluid power supply chain. Cleveland will be the hub of the NFPA universe on November 8, but you don’t need to be from Cleveland to attend. Schedule customer visits or connect with other business...

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Regional Meeting
Chicago Regional Meeting December 11, 2018 Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort Oak Brook, Illinois Registration is now open for the 2018 Chicago Regional Meeting, taking place December 11, 2018 at the Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort. The meeting will feature Mike Reid, senior economist with Oxford Economics. He will present an in-depth walkthrough on the...

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Regional Meeting
Save the date! The 2018 Chicago Regional Meeting will take place December 11 at the Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center and will feature Senior Economist Mike Reid of Oxford Economics. Reid will present an in-depth walkthrough of the soon-to-be released “NFPA Fluid Power Demand Estimates,” a customer-focused industry demand model for fluid power products examined geographically by...

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March 2 FPIC seminar
The co-located Fluid Power Industrial Consortium (FPIC) seminar and Milwaukee Regional Meeting brought together over 40 fluid power professionals for networking and presentations on robotic automation at the InterContinental Milwaukee on September 7. The morning seminar presentations covered an array of use cases for robotic automation, including several types of collaborative robots, robots with specific...

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March 2 FPIC seminar
Milwaukee Regional Meeting September 7, 2018 InterContinental Milwaukee Scheduled for Friday, September 7 at the InterContinental in downtown Milwaukee, the 2018 Milwaukee Regional Meeting is attracting registrants from all areas of the fluid power supply chain and is set to provide an excellent opportunity to network with peers over lunch. See who you and your colleagues could...

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