12 14 October 2009
With an impending economic upturn, it is vital that manufacturers position themselves to remain competitive and prepare for renewed growth.
The 5th annual European Manufacturing Strategies summit (EMS 2009) is a strategic manufacturing conference and networking event dedicated to revealing best practice and highlighting the latest solutions in preparing for an economic upturn over the next twelve months.
Learn how the worlds most prominent manufacturers are positioning themselves for growth:
CHANGING PROCESSES TO MAXIMISE EFFICIENCY
Scott Park, Senior Vice President, Processes and Systems and CIO at Volvo CE Group highlights how more efficient manufacturing processes have minimised costs to ensure competitiveness.
DELIVERING PROFITABILITY THROUGH EMERGING MARKETS
Thorsten Allenstein, Managing Director at Triumph International highlights the key factors behind Triumph successfully establishing a manufacturing presence in
EMBRACING TECHNOLOGY TO ENSURE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Jose Bravo, Chief Scientist at Shell reveals how he has utilised technology to pump Shells business and maintain competitive advantage during the economic downturn.
PREPARING FOR GROWTH THROUGH GLOBALISATION
Dr. Christof Spathelf, Head of Manufacturing Overseas at Volkswagen asserts how globalisation remains a vital part of Volkswagens strategy to ensure competitive advantage after the economic crisis.
View the full programme at http://www.ems-summit.com/downloadpdfx2.asp
You will have access to a special Manufacturing Strategy Session, facilitating interactive debate and discussion on the hottest topics in manufacturing, followed by two days of keynote addresses, streamed focus groups, interactive workshops and private one-to-one meetings, guaranteeing the right solutions to successfully move your manufacturing operation forward.
The cost of attendance is 995 per person and for further information all our delegate packages visit http://http://www.ems summit.com/pack_delegate.asp