Powder Handling & Processing Seminar - Melbourne, Australia.

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Powder Handling & Processing Seminar - Melbourne, Australia.

PowderHandling has announced their fourth seminar in a series of Australasian seminars specifically designed to meet the learning needs of the Powder Handling and Processing Industry and its many and varied applications within all major industrial sectors.

The event is being held in Melbourne on the 24th October 2007 at the Wheelers Hill International Hotel, conveniently located just 20 minutes from Melbourne's CBD. This is a one-day seminar, which features five very interesting and informative presentations by experts in these individual fields. The program includes:

1/- Drying & Evaporating Technologies used in Powder Processing

2/- Production Management using MES (Manufacturing Execution System) Technology.

3/- Benefits of Utilising IBC technology in Batch Production Manufacturing Facilities

4/- Product Sampling

5/- Dust Explosions ¿ Standards & Regulations, Prevention and Protection

Registration is now open for this event. The cost for attending this seminar is A$299 per delegate, which includes coffee on arrival, morning and afternoon tea, lunch and full seminar notes (on CD).

An overview of each presentation, full details on the location of the venue and an on-line Registration Form, are available on the web site now. (www.powderhandling.com.au)

Previous seminars have been very popular and places for the Melbourne seminar will be strictly limited. So to avoid disappointment, REGISTER NOW using the online registration form. Payment can be made by credit card (Visa or MasterCard) using our online secure credit card payment system.

People interested in attending the Melbourne seminar should visit the PowderHandling web site to register (www.powderhandling.com.au), or email paul@powderhandling.com.au

Paul Nutter PowderHandling.com.au P. +61 (0)431 022 066 F. +61 (0)2 8587 0051 W. www.powderhandling.com.au W. www.pharmaprocessing.com.au
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