Michael J. Coast to Discuss “Adapting for Success” at Detroit Regional Meeting

Michael J. Coast - President and CEO of the Michigan Manufacturing Technology CenterThe 2015 NFPA Detroit Regional Meeting scheduled for March 26 at Macomb Community College in Warren, MI, will include a special presentation by Michael J. Coast, President and CEO of the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center.  Mike’s presentation, “Adapting for Success” will be relevant for all companies whether based in Michigan or elsewhere. Also scheduled at Macomb on March 26, is the inaugural Detroit Fluid Power Challenge championed by Master Pneumatic-Detroit.  Come early or stay a bit after lunch to watch 44 incredible teams of 8th graders build fluid power devices.

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