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INDA & AFS partner for FiltXPO 2025 conference in US

15 May '24
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US' INDA, AFS partner for FiltXPO 2025 conference programme

INDA, the association of the nonwoven fabrics industry, and AFS, the American filtration & separations society, have announced that they are entering into a strategic partnership to create the FiltXPO 2025 conference programme. FiltXPO, the international filtration conference and exhibition, will co-locate with IDEA25 from April 29 to May 1, 2025, in the Miami Beach Convention Centre, Miami Beach, Florida.

The theme for FiltXPO 2025 is ‘The Future of Filtration: Advancing Technology, Performance & Sustainability’. The two-day FiltXPO conference programme will feature technical insights into filtration innovations and technologies from industry professionals worldwide. INDA and AFS will issue a call for abstracts in the next few weeks, INDA said in a press release.

“The INDA and AFS partnership is an exciting combination. AFS’ expertise in the filtration market sector is key to producing a world-class FiltXPO conference programme. We appreciate their technical insights and ability to bring together a diverse slate of speakers discussing filtration research and science. We look forward to working with AFS,” said Tony Fragnito, INDA president and CEO.

“We feel this is a great opportunity to provide premium content and expand AFS’ reach. AFS’ ability to plan a first-rate conference, combined with INDA’s ability to organise a well-respected show like FiltXPO, will create an exceptional experience for filtration professionals. We are pleased to partner with INDA and will release more information about the programme in the coming months,” said Connie Rhea, executive director, AFS.

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