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NCCA Annual Meeting To Include Architect Session

Cleveland, OH – The National Coil Coating Association’s (NCCA) Annual Meeting will offer many educational and networking opportunities. The meeting will be held at the Eilan Hotel in San Antonio from April 29-May 2, 2018.

On Monday, April 30, for the first time, NCCA will host a seminar for architects and specifiers. This strategic outreach by NCCA will share insights on how prepainted metal can be a cost-effective solution that meets modern design and environmental requirements.

NCCA’s keynote speaker, John Manzella, a world-recognized author and speaker on global business, will reveal global dangers, forecast what’s ahead and provide analysis to help companies reduce risks.

Another guest speaker, Shahryar Shaghaghi, who is a recognized thought leader on cybersecurity, will discuss the hot topic of cybersecurity risk management. In recent years, hackers have compromised the data of hundreds of millions of people in cyber attacks of high profile companies. This presentation will create awareness and will provide participants with applicable mitigation strategies in the context of their existing risk profile and cyber risk posture.

The Annual Meeting will also include a panel discussion on construction products and presentations on color measurement and competitive products.

For more information or to register for the NCCA annual technical meeting, visit or call the NCCA office at 216-241-7333.

About The National Coil Coating Association

NCCA NLThe National Coil Coating Association (NCCA) is the leading association of businesses engaged in the process of coating coiled metals. Founded in 1962, the NCCA consists of more than 100 coaters and suppliers to the coil coating process that are at the forefront of the industry. Coil coating is an automated process that permits a high degree of customized coatings to produce a cost-effective, environmentally friendly, quality product. Prepainted metals are used in a wide variety of industries including construction, appliance, transportation, automotive, HVAC and many more. For more information, contact NCCA at 216-241-7333 or email at Visit the NCCA website at

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