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  • May 17th - Meeting with Speaker (& Webcast)

    The May general membership meeting of the American Society for Quality Southwest Washington-Vancouver Section will take place on Wednesday, May 17, 2017.

    Location: Clark Regional Wastewater District (conference room ) - 8000 NE 52nd Ct, Vancouver, WA 98665 - Phone: (360) 750-5876

    6:30 - 7:00 PM - Section Announcements
    7:00 - 8:15 PM - Topic: "Supplier Quality” by Carl Douglas
    8:15 - 8:45 PM - Closing Remarks and Networking

    Our speaker for this meeting is Carl Douglas, Quality Manager, with Micropump, Vancouver.

    Established in 1960, Micropump Inc. is the originator of magnetic drive gear pump technology. Today, Micropump® is the market leader in low-flow gear pumps offering standard models, configure-to-order options, and custom solutions. Specializing in OEM and industrial pump applications where precise fluid control is required, Micropump combines state-of-the-art manufacturing with unparalleled engineering expertise to meet its customers’ ever-changing fluid handling needs.
    With headquarters in Vancouver, WA, and sales offices in Europe and Asia, Micropump supplies products globally.

    There is no charge for the meeting. Guests are welcome.
    Please RSVP (free) to Eventbrite at and search for "ASQ".

    Questions? Please email to:

    We hope to see you there!


    Visit our Section also on:
    LinkedIn - Search for "ASQ Section 0627 Southwest Washington-Vancouver"
    Facebook - Search for "ASQ Section Southwest WA-Vancouver"
    and the ASQ Community page ( - Vancouver Section 0627

    American Society for Quality Section 0627
    PO Box 873474, Vancouver, WA 98684

    Distribution: List A, List B

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