ICE USA recently announced a request for proposals to lead educational sessions during the event, which takes place April 9-11, 2019, at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville.

“One of the highlights of ICE USA has always been the strong line-up of speakers, industry fundamental workshops, and technical education sessions for professionals at all levels in the converting industry,” said Matt Fyffe, vice president and general manager of Meech International.

The 2019 show is scheduled to have three educational components available to attendees. The AIMCAL Fundamental courses are one-day in-depth training sessions held the day before the show floor opens. For engineers and operations personnel, the technical conference highlights new advances in technology and processes in a variety of converting disciplines. The Future of Converting theater on the show floor is focused on presenting the latest in industry developments for operators, managers and executives alike.

“Our goal is to provide even more education sessions at the 2019 show, that not only showcase the latest technology and solutions in the industry, but also show attendees how to be more efficient and cost-effective in their jobs with knowledge they can take back to the workplace and implement immediately,” said Julie Ford, ICE USA exhibition manager.

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