It’s been a busy morning of progressive thinking and presentations at the BCGA 2012 Conference, with a number of structural and technical developments revealed.
More than 140 delegates have attended the event – a figure that almost matches last year’s record attendance – and it’s clearly been another year of enterprise for the BCGA (British Compressed Gases Association).
Opening the conference, current President Mike Galvin (GCE) took a few moments to look back on the association’s developments in the past year before setting the tone for the rest of the event – forward thinking.
He explained, “Welcome again everyone to the beautiful Oulton Hall, it’s a good day and it’s great to see so many people here. We’re at a record level again in terms of attendance and it’s great to see during what is still a difficult [economic] time.”
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