Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) Founded in Montreal in 1933, the Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) is a non- profit association that has since been holding an electrical trade show. The CIPH actually plays a whole lot of other roles such as being the manufacturer, wholesaler, distributor, consultant and agent of a wide range of products in the field of engineering. The organization works on over 600 showrooms and warehouses.
The Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) has over a thousand employees. Together with the electrical trade show prepared, CIPH can generate an income that can exceed beyond $4 billion. With offices that are domiciled within Toronto, the organization is operated by a board of directors. There are 19 officers taking the position together with 6 others in the committees that belong to either executive or finance.
Separated in two divisions namely Manufacturers and Wholesalers, the Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) also has five councils. They consist of the Canadian Hydronics Council, Industrial Pipe Valve & Fittings Council, Education & Training Council, Manufacturers Agents Council and Plumbing Industry Advisory Council. All the mentioned ruling bodies have been essential in all the undertakings of CIPH.
National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) An annual electrical trade show, the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) has been responsible for putting altogether the conference of engineering contracting professionals from all over the United States. Each year, NECA has been taking care of not just the booths and galleries of the different corporations that registered, but also the management seminars. Talks of renowned speakers are also arranged and included..
The electrical trade show by the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) always happens in Boston. Even if it is a highly- urbanized metropolis, the city is still able to preserve almost all of its historical landmarks. That alone adds to why Boston is among the perfect venues in staging events that will showcase products and services to the foreign market. Participants have all the reason to have a grand time taking home technical substance and treasured experiences as well.
The affair in 2006 kicked off with a grand opening at the Museum of Science. All the guests were able to enjoy hearty conversations, great food, good company and fantastic facilities. Exhibits included the Elihu Thomsons Theater of Electricity and Charles Hayden Planetarium. The two are just among the other 400 that actively joined. Immediately after the show, coordinators are beefing up another of its kind, but with an entire novel twist for next year.