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If you have knowledge of an interesting topic and want to present your expertise please contact Carly Rodgers or call +913.396.0697 to schedule a date today.
Register Now: 2015 Global Copper Market Outlook
sponsored by ABC Metals, Inc.
This annual global market outlook presentation will look at the 2015 copper market including global/regional macro developments, supply/demand fundamentals and pricing.
Specifically, Richard Aldrich from GE Capital will discuss:
- “Big picture” trends
- Composite leading indicator
- Regional/China growth trends
- U.S. dollar
- Key copper drivers and consensus price expectations
Andrew Jones from AME Group will discuss:
- Copper fundamentals/outlook
- New supply expectations
- Demand trends/forecast
- Cost curve developments
- Price forecasts
This presentation is sponsored by ABC Metals, Inc.
Greg Eck, Richard Aldrich and Andrew Jones will present the webinar on Friday, December 19 at 2:00 p.m. CST / 3:00 p.m. EST.
Replay CBSA Webinars
Copper and Copper Alloy Rod Production and Usage, sponsored by ABC Metals, Inc.
September 2014, presented by Jim Michel
In preparation for the on-site service center training event at Mueller Brass Company on Wednesday, September 17, CBSA is hosting a metallurgy webinar about copper and copper alloy rod production and usage to give context for the attendees.
Specifically, the webinar presentation will cover:
Copper Market Segments – U.S. Consumption 2013
Copper Rod Production Overview
Brass Rod Production Overview – Extrusion
Copper & Brass Alloys
Examples of Usage
Reduce Risk in the Workplace Using GHS Classifications and Chemical Data
August 2014, presented by Scott Williams
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) brought about major changes to the way chemicals are classified. This webinar will review a few best practices in chemical management and how to leverage your GHS data and additional chemical information to get a better understanding of the hazards in the workplace. We will discuss how you can use this information to mitigate risk and improve safety and compliance programs across the workplace.
Following this presentation, attendees will be able to:
- Identify important chemical data from products, materials and production processes to make critical safety decisions.
- Define methods for reducing risk.
- Develop a step-by-step approach to reducing your hazard footprint
- Leverage your GHS data and chemical information to get a better understanding of hazards in the workplace.
Know More! Selling
June 2014, presented by Sam Richter