NMW 2004: More than 30 automation sessions

National Manufacturing Week 2004, to be held Feb. 23-26 in Chicago, incorporates the National Industrial Automation Show and Conference. More than 30 automation sessions are on the agenda. Additionally, some eight conference sessions cover maintenance-related topics.

02/17/2004



National Manufacturing Week 2004 , to be held Feb. 23-26 in Chicago, incorporates the National Industrial Automation Show and Conference. More than 30 automation sessions are on the agenda. Additionally, some eight conference sessions cover maintenance-related topics. Here are links to more information:

Discount for Control Engineering e-newsletter subscribers —Attend the National Manufacturing Week Conference and SAVE! Control Engineering is pleased to offer spe-cial pricing on this year's National Manufacturing Week Conference Program to take place February 23-26, 2004, at McCormick Place in Chicago. The program consists of more than 200 educational sessions across seven tracks: Design, Plant, Automation, Enterprise IT, Technology Transfer, CleanTech and Management.

Rates are as follows:

  • $95 for one session; CE subscriber rate: $47.50

  • $325 for a full day; CE subscriber rate: $162.50

  • $695 for full conference; CE subscriber rate:$347.50

To receive discount, enter code: PSTA

The conference pass allows you full access to the exhibit hall and all of shows. For more information and to register, click here . And don't forget to visit us at Control Engineering Booth #5408!





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