EPMA postpones Press & Sinter Seminar, General Assembly to take place online

March 19, 2020

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has announced that its Press & Sinter Seminar has been postponed and its 33rd General Assembly will be conducted online due to travel restrictions. Both events were set to take place in Brussels, Belgium, from April 1–2, 2020.

The EPMA states that the General Assembly will be a slimmed down event taking place via TEAMS (Skype for business), with all voting to be conducted online during the event. Registration is necessary to participate in the event.

The Press & Sinter Seminar was due to run in conjunction with the General Assembly at the Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre, on April 1, 2020. An alternative date for the seminar has yet to be announced.

www.epma.com/ga/register

www.seminars.epma.com

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