The International Grooving & Grinding Association (IGGA), an ACPA technology partner, held its first virtual Annual Meeting yesterday, kicking off the two-day event with a board meeting. The meeting began with welcoming remarks by IGGA Board President Al Adamek (Diamond Surface, Inc.) and John Roberts, IGGA Executive Director. Treasurer Scott Eilken (Quality Saw & Seal) presented the Treasurer’s report and an update on the Seal/No Seal Group.
John and IGGA Director of Engineering & Research Larry Scofield presented comprehensive reports on the budget, target markets, communications results and plans, and more. The second day of the Annual meeting continues Thursday. Leif Wathne, ACPA Executive Vice President, also provided a legislative update for the group. See related story, “IGGA Plans Virtual Technical Session.”
Bill Davenport provided support with set-up and administration of the web event.
Photo shows detail from one of two videos IGGA showed during their virtual meeting yesterday.