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Color Pigments Workshop

November 14, 2005

The Color Pigments Manufacturers Asso-ciation (CPMA) will present “Pigment Solutions Critical to Success,” a three-day conference and workshop program, at the Hotel InterContinental in Chicago, April 20-22. The conference is co-sponsored by Happi.
The two-day symposium covers the latest trends and new developments in pigments for inks, coatings, cosmetics, ceramics and plastics.
An additional day of special pre-conference workshops on regulatory developments in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Europe and Asia is also scheduled, with the opportunity to attend CPMA’s highly acclaimed antitrust workshops. More info: CPMA, (703) 684-4044; Fax: (703) 684-1795; E-mail: cpma@cpma.com; Website: www.pigments.org.
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