Still Time to Register For June’s 2022 NFPA/FPIC/PMMI Quarterly Conference

June 2nd, 2022 | 8:00am– 12:00pm (Central)
Virtual Delivery

There is still time to register  for the June NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conference.  The upcoming conference will take place June 2nd, 2022, in NFPA’s online networking platform and will be held jointly with the Association for Packaging and Processing Technology. The conference focus is “Advanced Pneumatic Solutions for Packaging Machines.” Presentations will be broadcast virtually over Remo.

Details for the event, including agenda and registration, can be found here.

The cost of this event is $25 for NFPA, PMMI, and FPIC members. Non-members are welcome to attend but will be charged a $125 fee upon registration.

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