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2017-2018 AFS/CMI BOARD OF DIRECTORS


PRESIDENT Jean Bye


President and CEO


Dotson Iron Castings Mankato, Minnesota


VICE PRESIDENT Peter C. Reich Director


Laempe Reich Trussville, Alabama


2nd


VICE PRESIDENT


Michael L. Lenahan Vice President-Sales Fairmount Santrol


Benton Harbor, Michigan


IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT Patricio Gil


CEO, Blackhawk de Mexico Santa Catarina,


Nuevo Leon, Mexico


& METALCASTING CONGRESS ATLANTA, GEORGIA


APRIL 27-30, 2019 connecting SUPPLIERS | METALCASTERS | CASTING BUYERS


Call for Papers & Presentations


The American Foundry Society (AFS) is issuing a call for papers and presentations for CastExpo 2019 and the 123rd Metalcasting Congress to be held on April 27-30, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. AFS is seeking technical papers covering all issues related to the metalcast- ing, diecasting and foundry operations, including unique in-plant procedures, new technol- ogies, equipment, products and other innovations that have contributed to enhanced metal- casting productivity and quality. AFS is also seeking papers and presentations relating to supply chains, casting design, EHS, management, human resources, education, social media, professional development, and student engagement pertaining to the metalcasting industry.


Questions? Contact Pam Lassila, Metalcasting Congress Coordinator, at 800-537-4237, Ext. 240 or plassila@afsinc.org


The site will open for submissions in July 2018. For more information, please visit: www.metalcastingcongress.org


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