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CAMM AGM Dinner Meeting focuses on what the successful mouldmaker of the future will look like. Nearly 170 representatives of the industry gathered at the Ciociaro Club Oct 19th after the highly successful Windsor Mold Expo to hear updates on the current state of affairs from Canadian Association of Mould Makers chairman Jonathon Azzopardi and to listen to a fireside chat on the topic: What will a successful mouldmaker of the future look like? Speakers included AP Plasman Groups’ Mike Bilton, Auto Analyst Dennis DesRosiers, ‘Auto Czar’ Ray Tanquay, and APMA President Flavio Volpe.
If you missed the meeting, Click HERE for the video of the Fireside Chat
From the Windsor Star:
Experts discuss future of mouldmaking industry in Canada
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