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Fluid Power Training in June

Expert technical writer and editor | Professional journalist

Hello Hydraulics & Pneumatics group members! We just wanted to take a moment to invite you to our Fluid Power Conference & Expo, being June 26-27 at The Continuing Education and Conference Center at the University of Minnesota.

We're finalizing the schedule new but it will include a keynote presentation by Eaton Corp.'s Anthony J. Welter, Segment Director Construction and Mining at Eaton, who will be discussing "Expanding the Boundaries of Power Management: Is Hydraulics the Next Game Changer?" A tour of University of Minnesota's Eolos Wind Research Station will be offered on Wednesday morning.

Visit our website for more details at http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/blog/heading-minnesota.

We hope to see many of you there. Don't miss this great educational opportunity!

Mary Gannon
Senior Associate Editor
Hydraulics & Pneumatics magazine

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  • May 14, 2012
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  • Swaminathan N.


    Swaminathan N.

    Sr.Engineer Technology ( ATIO) at ELGI EQUIPMENTS LTD

    Good to see the conference on Fluid power. May i Know the venue details & Registration details of the Conference

  • Mary G.


    Mary G.

    Expert technical writer and editor | Professional journalist

    Absolutely, Swaminthan! You can find more details and registration information here: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/index.php?eventid=35357&

    It's going to be a great event! Thanks for your interest.

  • Maher R.


    Maher R.

    Senior PLM Architect

    Hi Mary-
    My son is interested of Fluid Power and in fact he is still sophomore in High School but he want to spend his last two years in in High school attending the Fluid Power program in Hennepin technical college, Eden Prairie, MN. Could he attend this conference in June?