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VIDEO: EPCA 2009 at Mercedes World Berlin

Late into the night, Stephen Burns was editing the highlights of Sunday evening’s EPCA opening reception at Berlin’s Mercedes World, sending it to the Blog at a few minutes before midnight ….    

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EPCA 2009 bookings open with cut-price offer

With an early flourish, EPCA has opened online registration for its 43rd Annual Meeting in Berlin from 3 to 7 October 2009, with an email invitation yesterday to members to sign up for the one-time only cut-price offer of EUR 700 per delegate.   The invitation also talks of “extremely competitive rates for hotel- and […]

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EPCA – record attendance, big names and Mercedes World

The March 2009 EPCA Newsletter has just dropped into the Blog inbox, trumpeting the success of its last annual conference and giving advance notice of the thrills in store at its 2009 conference.   The first line states proudly: “With more than 2,158 registered delegates, EPCA reached an absolute record number of registered persons (at […]

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EPCA Berlin 2009 Opening Party at Mercedes World

With perfect timing, EPCA has announced today that the 2009 conference will showcase the abiding links between the chemical business and the automotive industry. “EPCA EXHIBITON AT MERCEDES WORLD – BERLIN – 4 TO 7 OCTOBER 2008EPCA will organize the opening event of its 2009 Annual Meeting at Mercedes World in Berlin on Sunday 4 […]

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True confessions: Julia is a 4×4 driver

However, I am a 4×4 driver. Actually, I’m now a non-4×4 driver since the cost of driving has become astronomical.
A Mercedes ML 320 is good-looking beast, drives like a dream and is safe and comfy for my three small children and me.
I can fit all the food shopping in, plus scooters, bikes, buggies, roller blades, and even the husband from time to time. But with the price of gasoline today, even the shortest of journeys has become incredibly costly.

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