Manufacturing Excellence Forum
Bringing innovation and collaboration to the industry for organisations to achieve real excellence
marcus evans’s Manufacturing Excellence Forum is gathering leading manufacturers to bring innovation and collaboration to the industry for organisations to achieve real excellence. Save the date on 11-12 May, 2017 in Shanghai, China as topics will address best practices to enhance organisational competitiveness, product quality and manufacturing flexibility whilst keeping resources and costs to a minimum.
Sunil Chandiramani, a Senior Director in the Global Business Operations division from Consumer Ink Business in Hewlett-Packard Singapore will be launching the forum with a keynote presentation on Redefining Manufacturing Excellence and Revamping Strategy for the Short and Long-Term. Distinguished speakers includes Alan Hernandez (Head of Supply Chain Operations, Airbus Military, France), Michael Che (Director, Quality & MPD, Greater China, Ecolab), Kel Kearns (Global Manufacturing Programme Engineering Chief, Vehicle Operations Manufacturing Engineering, Ford Motor Company), Carlton Wang (VP Manufacturing, Formica Asia, Fletcher Building), Dr Daniel Yang (Director & Regional head of Operations, API & Chem, External Manufacturing, Merck Sharp & Dohme), Andy Partridge (APAC & EMEA Manufacturing Director, Varian Medical Systems), and Zhan Yu (General Manager Manufacturing, Head of Technical, Hsu Fu Chi Group, Nestlé JV).
This forum will address the most pressing issues of maximising productivity, whilst boosting Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled manufacturing systems and overall operational efficiency, highlighting on an interactive technology think-tank which demonstrates the value of industrial IoT and the connected enterprise.
Benefits of attending:
• Instilling a Manufacturing Excellence culture in your organisation
• Developing your workforce with the right skills and competence for future business needs
• Streamlining your supply chain and shortening time-to-market
• Gaining insights into “Made in China 2025” for better manufacturing business planning
• Achieving outstanding products through building quality into your manufacturing processes
• Optimising manufacturing resources through leveraging accurate sales forecasting
• Responding to market and customer demand changes quickly through increasing process flexibility
• Increasing plant up-time to maximise productivity
• Collecting data and performing analytics to implement continuous improvement (CI) projects effectively
• Grasping Industrial 4.0 trends for smart investment for your plant
WHEN: 11-12 May
WHERE: InterContinental Shanghai Pudong, Shanghai, China