November Seminar for Urea Equipment Closed! Sign Up for Upcoming March 2017 Seminar ASAP.

  Presentation by Gunter Stoehr of Uraca
Florida USA July 5- The Urea Equipment Seminar is filling quickly. It's July and visitors are already locking in "early bird" pricing with reservations and registrations at almost 50% of capacity. If  safety and equipment training is important to your plant for sealing equipment, rotating equipment and general maintenance, then you will want your Teams at this Pensacola seminar from November 14-17, 2016. Here are some good reasons to lock in your reservation today:
  1. This seminar is for critical equipment used every day in your plant. Any one critical lesson learned from the seminar could be extremely valuable to plant safety and result in major savings in preventing lost production or injury.
  2. All attendees meet and learn from specialists in their field who are key management or group leaders from Chemac, Inc, Uraca, Kempchen, and Bungartz. This personal contact is invaluable to a plant as these gentlemen are available to educate and not sell. This is the one reason why the group is kept small and interactive.
  3. Pensacola Florida is an easy location to get into and out of for most plants. The convenience makes travel easy and the location is ideal for a stress free learning environment.
  4. Our last Seminar was highly regarded as a seminar "worth every penny" in knowledge shared by the speakers. 100% respondents to our post seminar survey found it went beyond their expectations.
  5. This year we have added a special class by the Pensacola Air Force Academy. This teambuilding class will make all attendees work together to achieve a common goal. The objective here is to allow all attendees to return home with closer ties to speakers and other attendees while testing leadership skills. Safety is our concern for all plants using positive pressure equipment.
    Join Us in Pensacola- Contact Kim Stuart at via email at kstuart@chemacinc.com or call 713-357-5140 for more information.

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