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Aluminum USA 2003 Set for Chicago

Thursday, August 7, 2003
Aluminum USA 2003, organized by Reed Exhibitions and Aluminum International Today, runs September 30-October 2 at Chicago's Navy Pier. Billed as the North American event for production, processing and applications, the trade exhibition and conference is designed to allow the aluminum industry in North America to share developments with overseas counterparts. The event will cover primary aluminum production, conversion processing, manufacturing methods, research and development, and finished-product applications. An emphasis will be placed on efficiency, productivity and competitiveness. For more information and free registration, visit

AIAG to Hold Auto-Tech 2003 at Month’s End

Thursday, August 7, 2003
The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) will hold Auto-Tech 2003 at Cobo Conference Center in Detroit, MI, August 26-28. The event includes educational sessions, workshops and town halls as well as more than 150 exhibitors. Conference topics include ID marking, collaborative engineering, electronic commerce, logistics, quality and supply-chain integration. For more, visit

Schuler to Hold its Annual Symposium
and Workshop for Auto Suppliers

Wednesday, August 6, 2003
Schuler Inc. will present its 8th Annual Symposium & Workshops: Metalforming Technology Trends for Automotive Suppliers, on Tuesday, August 26, at St. John’s Conference Center in Plymouth, MI. Presentations will cover forming and drawing of high-strength steels, aluminum stamping, equipment design, transfer systems and more. William E. Gaskin, president of the Precision Metalforming Association, will offer the keynote address: Economic Trends and Key Performance Factors Impacting Metalforming Companies in North America. The symposium will be followed by workshops that explore: the decision between transfer or progressive-die presses; production of small- and mid-sized parts in presses with capacities to 800 tons; hydraulic-press basics; and forming and drawing of high-strength-steel parts. For more information or to register, e-mail


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