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ICCFA 2017 in Nashville, TN

On April 5th through the 8th, U.S. Cremation Equipment attended the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association (ICCFA) Convention in Nashville, TN. Our new booth was displayed during the convention. Thanks to everybody who stopped by our booth during the show. It was great to see old friends and customers alike.    
  • Posted by American Incinerators / Posted on 10 Apr / 0 Comments
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US Cremation Equipment at 2017 CANA Symposium

Another stellar showing for US Cremation Equipment! We are very pleased to have attended the 2017 CANA Symposium, not only as exhibitors but also as part of CANA’s Faculty Staff. This latest Symposium makes the market trends more manifest that ever before: Cremation is growing exponentially, its rates having now surpassed those of traditional means.
  • Posted by American Incinerators / Posted on 21 Feb / 0 Comments
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2016 NDFA Convention

We would like to thank the National Funeral Directors Association for an excellent 2016 convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania!  We greatly appreciate the opportunity to meet new clients and present our machines and supplies! We are very satisfied with the attendance this year! We look forward to seeing everyone soon!
  • Posted by American Incinerators / Posted on 03 Nov / 0 Comments
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U.S. Cremation Equipment attends 2016 CANA conference in Chicago

During the week of August the 8th, U.S. Cremation Equipment attended the Cremation Association of North America (CANA) annual conference in Chicago, Illinois.  This is considered the largest Expo for the cremation industry in the US.   .  John Mitchell, Director of Service, of one of the presenters during the convention.   In addition, the cremation
  • Posted by American Incinerators / Posted on 16 Aug / 0 Comments
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National Funeral Directors Association Annual Conference 2015

During the week of October the 18th, U.S. Cremation Equipment attended the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) annual conference in Indianapolis Indiana. This is considered the largest Expo for funeral products in the world. It was great to see old friends and customers alike. In addition, we had dinner with several of our friends. We
  • Posted by American Incinerators / Posted on 24 Oct / 0 Comments
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CANA San Diego 2015

During the 2015 Cremation Association of North America held in San Diego, CA, Luis Llorens, President of U.S. Cremation Equipment participated in the Cremation and the Environment, Panel Discussion moderated by Mark Matthews of Wiefels Cremation and Funeral Services. The panel discussed issues regarding the environmental challenges facing the regulated community of the South Coast
  • Posted by American Incinerators / Posted on 04 Aug / 0 Comments
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Pet Cremation Equipment for Veterinarians

Pet Cremations for Family Pets People worldwide love their pets, and the benefits of pet relationships remain a scientific fact. In fact, newspaper stories about pet abuse generate more responses than articles about human violence. According to a recent poll, two-thirds of Americans live with a pet and those pet owners consider their dog or
  • Posted by American Incinerators / Posted on 24 Jul / 0 Comments
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Crematory Operator Training in Orlando

On June 19, 2015, the Cremation Association of North America (CANA) performed crematory operator training at the SCI location in Orlando – Baldwin Fairchild, Lake Ivanhoe Chapel. John Mitchell from our company has joined the CANA faculty and performed the training. Also present during the Training was Barbara Kemmis, executive director of CANA and Bill
  • Posted by American Incinerators / Posted on 24 Jun / 0 Comments
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ICCFA 2015

The US Cremation Equipment team traveled last week to the 2015 ICCFA (International Cemetery, Cremation, and Funeral Association) Annual Convention and Exposition. We considered the convention a highly successful event, where we made connections with several existing and potential clients. Though the attendees are generally in the field of human cremation and funeral services, we
  • Posted by American Incinerators / Posted on 15 Apr / 0 Comments
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Rising Cremation numbers during Africa’s Ebola Crisis

Recently, reports of the Ebola crisis in Africa have grabbed international headlines. Fear of widespread contagion is very real since the virus is easily transmitted from human to human while handling the deceased. In spite of this fact, families of victims sometimes steal the bodies of their loved ones in attempt to give them a
  • Posted by American Incinerators / Posted on 25 Aug / 0 Comments
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