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ITA Spring Meeting
Washington, DC, United States - 19th to 21st March 2007
Conference / congress

The Spring Meeting will closely follow last year’s schedule, allowing the Suppliers Committee to kick-off the meeting.  That meeting will be immediately followed by various subcommittee meetings.  Regular member GEC representatives are encouraged to attend the Suppliers Committee meeting as well as the subcommittee meetings.  None of the subcommittee meetings now conflicts with the General Engineering Committee meeting.  This will allow all Associate Members to attend the GEC meeting.  We have also set a special reception for Monday evening to honor our Associate Members.  This event has been well received in the past because it provides Associates with the first of two opportunities to entertain Regular Member board and engineering representatives.  A complete list of attendees will be distributed to all registrants just prior to the meeting.

19th to 21st March 2007

The Madison Hotel, 1177 15th Street NW

Contact for booking / more info: Carmen C. Wong Executive Assistant Industrial Truck Association 1750 K Street NW Suite 460 Washington, DC 20006 202-296-9880 Fax: 202-296-9884

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