The European Industrial Gases Association’s Symposium 2013 will mark the 90th anniversary of the establishment of EIGA’s predecessor CPI, which was established on December 15th 1923.

To mark this important occasion EIGA intends to celebrate the considerable progress made in the gases industry towards improved safety and a reduced environmental footprint over many decades. The Symposium program focuses on current improvements in safety and sustainability, those that are anticipated over the next decade, and the challenges these might raise.

The EIGA Symposium 2013 will be held in Brussels on January 30th and 31st 2013.  

The program will include twenty eight speakers, experts from the industrial and medical gases industry and from organisations that work with the industry.

Delegates are welcome from EIGA member organisations and non members, industrial gas companies and other organisations, delegates from European or National institutions and authorities, industrial and medical gas equipment suppliers, service providers, contractors and customers.

Suggested attendees are general managers and functional experts, including operations, safety and environmental managers, process engineers, regulatory and government officers, representatives of gases associations, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, consultants, authorities, customers and business partners – and those new to the industry or those wanting to gain expertise in this key area.

Further details of the detailed programme and on line registration are available on the Symposium website http://www.eiga.eu/index.php?id=symposium20130

The European Industrial Gases Association (EIGA) is a safety and technically oriented organisation representing the vast majority of European and a number of non-European companies producing and distributing industrial, medicinal and food gases.