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BASF, Croda and Firmenich To Take Part in Panel at ACI Meeting

January 1, 2014

Executives from across the global cleaning product supply chain can now register for the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) 2014 Annual Meeting & Industry Convention, set for Jan. 27-Feb. 1 at the Grande Lakes in Orlando, FL. ACI member companies can register for the convention online at www.cleaninginstitute.org.

 “The ACI Convention provides a unique forum for the cleaning product industry at-large to meet with customers and suppliers in one place, at one time,” said Ernie Rosenberg, ACI president and CEO. “Simply put, the world of cleaning is in one convenient place.”

 The 2014 Convention will once again feature expert business insights from ACI’s Executive Leadership Panel, which includes Michael Heinz, member of the board of executive directors, BASF SE; Kevin Gallagher, president, Croda, Inc; and Joy Atkinson, vice president, body/home care North America, Firmenich Inc. The session will be moderated by TV and radio host and author Lou Dobbs.
Throughout convention week, attendees can take part in policy briefings on major marketplace, legislative, regulatory, consumer and international issues; multiple business networking functions; and events to benefit ACI charities of choice: Cleaning for a Reason and Clean the World.

Only those companies that are members of the Institute can register for the convention.

More info: meetings@cleaninginstitute.org, www.cleaninginstitute.org
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