Industry Leaders to Speak at Hydraulic Institute Annual Meeting

The Hydraulic Institute and Pump Systems Matter will host its 2013 Annual Meeting at the Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort & Spa in Fort Myers, Fla. Feb. 7-12.

The 2013 Annual Meeting will serve as a resource for executives, engineers, and marketing professionals associated with pump and supplier companies throughout North America and Europe who are seeking educational and networking opportunities.

Hydraulic Institute technical committees will meet to address industry standards, guidelines, and DOE pump efficiency standards. Representatives from Institute member, associate member and standards partner companies work together to develop comprehensive standards and guidelines using an ANSI-approved consensus process.

They also produce other industry-related technical documents, guidebooks, training webinars, in-person courses and e-Learning courses. Several featured guest speakers include economist Alan Beaulieu of the Institute of Trend Research, National Association of Manufacturers CEO Jay Timmons and Michael Halloran, CFA, senior industrial analyst and vice president at Robert Baird & Co.

The program will also include the bi-annual CEO Roundtable, the Market Intelligence Committee, Standards Leadership Workshop and nearly 30 Hydraulic Institute technical committees.

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