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February 14, 2006

The focus of the 2006 International Color Pigments Conference will include a global look at issues for users, suppliers and manufacturers of color pigments from the perspectives of all affected industries. The conference, held at the Hotel InterContinental Chicago in Chicago, IL will run from April 18-20, 2006.
A line up of speakers, such as Dave Frescoln, chief executive officer of Flint Ink/XSYS Printing Systems and Denis A. Kovalsky, vice president Automotive Coatings of PPG Industries will provide the latest information on pigment applications, trends and new developments in cosmetics, automotive and architectural coatings, plastics and other industries
The two-day meeting is sponsored jointly by CPMA and Rodman Publications and will concentrate on issues and developments on a worldwide basis in the areas of paints, inks, cosmetics, plastics and related businesses. More info: www.pigments.org, (703) 684-4044.
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