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Australasian Foundry Conference

AUSTRALASIAN FOUNDRY CONFERENCE
27-30 AUGUST 2000
QUEENSTOWN, NEW ZEALAND


The media are advised of the forthcoming Australasian Foundry Conference being held at the Millenium Hotel in Queenstown, New Zealand, 27-30 August 2000.

A full conference programme, including the list of world class conference speakers, can be found on the web-site of Casting Technology New Zealand at www.castingtechnologynz.org

The President of Casting Technology New Zealand Gil Laing will be available for interviews along with the speakers attending the conference. Those wishing to make arrangements for a interview, or who require further information should, in the first instance, contact Rex Baynes, Casting Technology’s Executive Officer on 04 473 3000 (prior to the conference) or 025 715 701.


Rex Baynes
Executive Officer
Casting Technology New Zealand

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