APLA 2021 Registrations are Open

October 27, 2021

 

REGISTRATIONS FROM 10/21 TO 11/05

APLA, the Latin American Petrochemical and Chemical Association, is organizing the Virtual Annual Meeting 2021, on November 8th & 9th.

The event will be held in a 100% virtual environment in an ALL IN ONE platform: enabling participants to access live conferences and on demand too, access the list of attendees and generate business meeting opportunities.

The meeting presents a 2-day agenda that will feature a large conference program by recognized leaders and companies in the sector which will address thematic axes about sustainability in the industry, energy transition and the long-term vision of the industry leaders.

WHO IS AIMED AT:

  • Presidents / VP / CEO.
  • Directors and Managers.
  • Technicians / Especialist.
  • Leaders and area coordinators.
  • Representatives.

Check the schedule and register for here.

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