ISTMA recently held its 2023 General Assembly virtually, which brought together many representatives of the special tooling community from around the world, including the CTMA’s executive director, Robert Cattle. ISTMA photo
ISTMA recently held its 2023 General Assembly virtually, which brought together many representatives of the special tooling community from around the world, including the CTMA’s president, Chris Hergott, and executive director, Robert Cattle.
Chaired by Bob Williamson, ISTMA president, the assembly formally approved the 2022 Management Report and Accounting, as well as the plan of activities and budget for 2023.
One of the main topics under discussion was the ISTMA World Conference, to be held in South Africa in November, organized and hosted by PTsA. The CTMA will also be in attendance for the World Conference.
“This will be the first World Conference held since the pandemic, so I am sure that it will be well attended by members throughout the world who would like to meet in-person to hear the presentations that are being supplied by the impressive list of ISTMA Global Sponsors,” said Cattle. “The CTMA will be sending representatives to this meeting, and I encourage our members to attend as well, for where else to you get an opportunity to personally meet people from so many different countries who work within the precision metalworking industries.”
More information is available here. Registration is available here.