Embassy Suites 
Charleston Hotel
Charleston, SC

Tradeshow Website


September 23rd-25th 2018

Exhibit Hall Hours:

Sun. 23rd Welcome Reception
Mon. 24th Network Reception
Tues. 25 th Awards Luncheon

Event Location

About Our Event

Two days of Technical Sessions plus over 50 Exhibitors will be participating in the 56th annual CAD RETEC conference. Registration is now available. Register now to participate in the opening reception, golf outing, and don't miss out on the excellent networking opportunities.

Featured Products

Booth Staff

Rafael Aguilera
Rafael Aguilera, Sales Engineer (Southeast, Color and Appearance), Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.

Throughout his career, Rafael has worked in various areas such as Product development, Program Management and Color development. His background in Chemical Engineering has allowed him to get involved and lead several projects related to the textiles and Automotive industry. He brings great knowledge and a diverse skill set through his 5 years of combined experience in color, formulation, and automotive textiles. Rafael is a strong asset to the KMSA group that helps us better serve our customers. As Sales Engineer he is enthusiastic about working closely with customers and helping them solve any Color needs.

Norm Demers
Norm Demers, Senior Application Engineer, Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.

Norm began working with color back in 1970 at a textile dye lab in Pawtucket, Rhode Island where he was involved with color matching, formulation, and instrumentation. His career in color took off from there and, over the years, he has built an impressive resume helping businesses develop and implement effective color quality processes. In March of 1997, he joined the Minolta team as an applications engineer, which led to his current position in charge of expanding the company's Color and Appearance product line into new areas of process control. Today, Norm is considered one of KMSA's most knowledgeable experts in the field of color and color measurement. Norm earned his degree in Industrial Engineering with an emphasis on Automatic Process Control at Roger Williams College.