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Former SAS Soldier to Deliver Keynote BGCA Address

11.12.2019, 15:12

Former SAS Soldier to Deliver Keynote BGCA Address

Colin Maclachlan, the former SAS soldier who has appeared on Channel 4’s SAS: ‘Who Dares Wins’, and Channel 5’s ‘Secrets of the SAS’ series, will make a keynote address at next year’s British Compressed Gases Association’s (BCGA) conference at The Marriott Hotel & Country Club in Worsley Park, Manchester on 23rd April.

The event, which is supported by Gasworld, brings together a wide variety of speakers, covering different areas of the industry including modified atmosphere packaging gases, food and plastics and a helium market update.

Insight into the transportation of goods is provided by the UKs Department for Transport, with a host of keynote speakers also scheduled to attend the event.

BCGA Chief Executive, Doug Thornton who will be succeeded by Ellen Daniels after the event, says:

“The event continues to go from strength-to-strength, with excellent feedback from delegates.

“The BCGA conference committee has once again put together a highly-engaging and interesting event, of broad appeal to those in the gas industry and related sectors.

“We’d strongly urge people to book their place as soon as possible, to ensure they are guaranteed a place.”

Visit for a full speaker line-up and booking details (including information about “Early Bird” discounts that are being offered until the end of January.

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