8/22/2017

Technology Showcase: Heading to Westec?

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If you’re planning to head west to attend Westec, billed as “the West Coast’s Leading Manufacturing Event,” today’s blog is a slideshow preview of products you can expect to see there.

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If you’re planning to head west to attend Westec, billed as “the West Coast’s Leading Manufacturing Event,” today’s blog brings you a slideshow preview of some of the products you can expect to see there. Westec will be held September 12-14 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California.

In addition to a product preview as presented here, you might also want to take advantage of a few special activities that are being presented in addition to the show floor expo. For instance, each day Westec offers attendees a full-day’s seminar with an array of speakers on a topic geared toward helping attendees boost their competitiveness in a global marketplace. This series is called the Smart Manufacturing Seminar Series. The event also features keynote speakers, panel discussions, business-focused discussions about such things as workforce development and training, and a “Shop Talk Meet and Greet” event.

Get more information about Westec and register on its website.

 


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