The Tube Tech International team is delighted to be attending the EEPC Annual Conference in Dubrovnik. Tube Tech will be attending alongside partners Manoir Industries – global specialists in casting, forging and hydroforming.
The three-day exhibition hosted by the European Ethylene Producers Committee (EEPC), will kick off on Wednesday 24th October with Keynote presentations on "Refinery Versus Petrochemical Integration." George Gale, of Naptha Information Services, who will present a global perspective and Marta Yugo, of Concawe, will focus on the situation within Europe. A panel discussion will follow, before leading into a series of presentations on the key issues affecting the industry in 2018 and moving forward
The exhibition will also include breakout sessions focussing on ‘Training of New Staff’. Petrochemicals Europe describes the exhibition; “the annual EEPC's breakout sessions will be devoted to the training of young engineers and keynote speeches will address the long-term vision for the global petrochemical industry and for the refining industry in Europe, and its impact on feedstock availability for ethylene crackers.”
Meet the Tube Tech team at EEPC Dubrovnik
Tube Tech and Manoir Industries have formed a strategic alliance under the umbrella of TTM. The partnership focuses on the collaborative delivery of Tube Tech’s revolutionary Fired Heater Convection Bank Cleaning Robot. Find TTM at EEPC Dubrovnik on Stand 26 to find out more about how Tube Tech’s patented robotic cleaning technology can deliver near 100% convection bank cleanliness no matter how severe the fouling.
**You can find Tube Tech and Manoir Industries on Stand 26
EEPC 2018 Annual Conference/Ethylene Seminar
Rixos Libertas in Dubrovnik, Croatia
24th – 26th October 2018
Click here to Register now, we look forward to seeing you.**
About the EEPC
The EEPC, which enjoys close co-operation with AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers), was founded in 1996 with the aim of establishing a platform for the sharing of critical issues and essential information relating to the production, distribution and handling sectors.