In about seven short weeks, REA JET will be in attendance at AISTech 2015 in Cleveland, the steel industry’s premier technology event. The event begins on May 4, and we want to invite you to come by and visit with our team at booth #1651. This is sure to be one of the most educational and exciting technology conference and exposition events for the iron and steel industries ever!
According to the AIST website, more than 8,000 people are expected to attend this year’s exposition, including the world’s top suppliers to the iron/steel industry, steel producers, consultants, academics, and more. It is the perfect opportunity for companies to put their products/services in front of this industry, and to bring manufacturers/vendors together in an effort to increase awareness and build strong business relationships.
Conference sessions are being developed on topics such as pipe & tube, environmental technology, cokemaking, safety/health, steelmaking and casting, hot sheet rolling, plate rolling, electric and oxygen steelmaking, and much more. Attendees can expect to experience plant tours, keynote presentations from industry leaders, and more than 550 technical presentations.
A long list of events scheduled over the four day exhibition includes a graduate student poster contest display, technical sessions, a steel to students reception, an exhibit hall lunch, a truck giveaway (Chevy Silverado), AIST prize drawings, and daily openings of the exhibit floor, along with many other meetings and presentations.
AIST (Association for Iron & Steel Technology) has more than 17,000 members from around the globe, and is a non-profit organization whose mission is to advance the technical development, production, processing, and application of iron and steel.
We’re excited to be an exhibitor at this event, and to network with others in the industry for the benefit of all involved. Come by and see REA JET on May 4th through 7th! As global leaders in the industrial coding and marking industry, our goal is to bring innovative solutions to the iron and steel industry in terms of marking/coding.