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Record Attendance at MINASF Auto Show Meeting
January 23rd, 2017 | Categories: Education · Events

The Michigan Chapter of NASF recently hosted its annual Auto Show Meeting luncheon during Industry Preview Week of the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS).  Held on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017 at the offices of Butzel Long in Detroit, the event had a record attendance of 60 people, and this has become a premier event that members look forward to all year!

MINASF President Brian Harrick gave a Chapter update, and Christian

Richter from The Policy Group on behalf of NASF National gave an update on NASF news, including a new partnership with the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) and the Bright Design Challenge at the College for Creative Studies. Keynote speaker Mike Wall, automotive analyst from IHS Markit, gave a presentation titled “Automotive Industry Outlook—Is the Glass Half-Empty or Half-Full? The Devil’s in the Details.”

After the program, attendees gathered at Cobo Arena to tour the NAIAS and to be a part of the Industry Preview only open to automotive suppliers.

MINASF would like to thank the sponsors of this event:

Silver sponsors
Coventya
Dipsol of America

Bronze sponsors
KCH Services
MacDermid Enthone Industrial Solutions

Get Your AESF 2016 Training Course Catalog!
January 13th, 2016 | Categories: Education

If you’re still looking for training in the coming year, don’t get left behind! You and your company can benefit from a look at the 2016 training courses available from NASF’s training and education arm, the AESF Foundation. Throughout the year, the Foundation will offer In-Person, Web-Based and Home Study courses to sharpen your skills and knowledge to succeed in the industry. See the course calendar here.

With knowledgeable instructors and tested course materials, students will walk away with a high quality learning experience and the satisfaction of mastering new topics and concepts – from elementary to advanced – that can be put to work right away in the work environment. For more information, visit NASF.org.