Washington, D.C. – A special, education-packed Saturday will be featured at the 2005 AMI International Meat, Poultry & Seafood Industry Convention and Exposition, Oct. 26-29 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill. Qualified buyers who attend Saturday, Oct. 29 pay no admission and can benefit from valuable education sessions covering Listeria control, plant maintenance and management skills.
Saturday sessions starting at 7 a.m. offer
learning value, as well as free afternoon time
for a visit to the 1.2 million square foot
exhibit hall, showcasing over 1,200 exhibiting
companies. Saturday exhibit hall hours are from
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Saturday education sessions are as
Manufacturing Solutions: Plant
Maintenance is designed specifically for plant
operators to address manufacturing challenges
such as improving plant efficiency and overall
plant maintenance. AMI will offer Continuing
Education Units, Professional Development Hours
and Learning Units for this course. This
session is scheduled for 8 a.m. -- 10
The Food Safety Short Course:
Listeria m. Intervention and Control will
provide in-depth discussions on industry best
practices, implementation of effective
interventions and regulatory compliance. The
course will be led by industry scientists and
experts in operations and safety. Based on
AMI's annual Listeria workshop, this course is
perfect for quality assurance and food safety
personnel. This session is scheduled for 7 a.m.
– 11 a.m.
Essential Skills for the
Management Rookie will hone the leadership
skills of new managers and detail proven
management techniques from experts. Seasoned
managers are challenged to polish their skills
and learn some new ideas in this informative
session. This session is scheduled from 7 a.m.
– 11 a.m.
Qualified buyers are
processor/packer attendees. See registration
Worldwide Food Expo is a biennial
event comprised of the AMI International Meat,
Poultry & Seafood Convention and Exposition and
the Food, Dairy & Beverage Exposition. It is
sponsored by American Meat Institute, Meat
Importers Council of America, International
Dairy Foods Association and International
Association of Food Industry
Registration is available at
represents the interests of packers and
processors of beef, pork, lamb, veal and turkey
products and their suppliers throughout North
America. The Institute provides legislative,
regulatory and public relations services,
conducts scientific and economic research,
offers marketing and technical assistance and
sponsors education programs.
2005 AMI Expo Saturday Education Highlights Food Safety, Plant Maintenance and Management SkillsMonday, June 27, 2005
For more information contact:
Manager, Public Affairs
Sr. Vice President, Public Affairs