POSTPONED – Plumbing Supply Forum 2020

Posted on: March 17th, 2020 by Petra

The continued health and safety of members of our industry are always our priority.

We have been monitoring the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) closely and as you would be aware, it has now been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization with new Government restrictions now in place.

This has led us to postponing the Plumbing Supply Forum, that was due to take place in Sydney on May 19.

This is, of course, disappointing but with the virus remaining relatively uncontained, it means there is no certainty that the health risks around the conference will have reduced significantly, if at all by late May.

When we have a clear view forward, our aim will be to mirror the existing program (topics/speakers) and reschedule the event at the same venue.

Thus in the interim, we will leave everything in place, waiting a resumption.

In due course, we will consult with industry in regard to a suitable date, once the way forward is clear.

Appropriate updates will be made to the event website at www.plumbingsupplyforum.com.au

We wish you, your family and fellow work colleagues the best of health.

Best regards,

Jeff Patchell                                           Stuart Henry
Plumbing Connection Magazine          Plumbing Product Industry Group

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