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AMI Announces Return of the Popular Technology XChange Series at the International Production and Processing Expo

Friday, October 19, 2012

(American Meat Institute)

Technology XChange, a popular series of exhibitor presentations, will return to the show floor at the International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE) January 29-30, 2013 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

Formerly known as Meat Tech, these exhibitor generated presentations were a great success in 2012, creating a buzz on the floor and providing exhibiting companies and their customers additional opportunities for education, networking and discussion. Technical, non-sales session descriptions are submitted by exhibiting suppliers, reviewed by AMI, USP&EA and AFIA members and technical staff and presented by the scientific and technical experts from the exhibiting companies. Presentations are selected on technical merit and on a first come, first served basis.

Proposals to deliver Technology XChange presentations are due by November 15, 2012. The session description should be no more than 2 pages and include the title, objectives, and a description of your presentation.

The 20-minute sessions will be held in two classroom theaters on the show floors, during show hours. This allows more visibility for attendees and exhibitors.

Specific papers will be presented in the following categories:

Other topics outside of this scope will also be considered, but should focus on the technical merit of new or improved technologies or services.

These sessions are at no extra cost to the exhibitors or attendees. For additional information and an application, click here: Technology XChange and Application. Need to become an exhibitor first? Contact Eric Zito at 202-587-4223 or ezito@meatinstitute.org for additional info regarding your participation as an exhibitor on the AMI Expo floor.

To register and view the conference agenda, please visit www.ime13.org.  

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