11 Feb Plans Set for 2014 Meeting in Phoenix
WHAT IS THE MFG MEETING?
Hosted by three major trade associations, The MFG Meeting brings together the complete chain of manufacturing to discuss the current and future state of the industry. With a dual focus on finding solutions to business challenges and networking with peers, The MFG Meeting helps industry leaders plan for the future and make connections today.
- A lively and informative discussion between leading economists about the state of the economy and the industry, featuring John Walker, Chairman, Oxford Economics and Alan Beaulieu, President, ITR Economics.
- Sessions focused on innovative talent management and knowledge transfer, building a team of “A” players, and using disruptive innovation to move beyond the status quo and transform business.
- Ample opportunities for networking with other industry leaders.
PLANS SET FOR FOR 2014 MEETING IN PHOENIX
McLean, Vir.. . . Nearly 700 manufacturing leaders gathered at the third edition of The MFG Meeting March 5-8, 2013, in Waikoloa, Hawaii. “Rethink…Refocus…Reinvent…Redefine Convention” was the theme of this year’s event, organized by AMT-The Association For Manufacturing Technology, the National Tooling and Machining Association (NTMA) and the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA).
Sandvik Coromant, the largest worldwide manufacturer of tools for machining and a leading innovator in manufacturing technology, was an MFG Gold Sponsor. President John Israelsson had this to say, “The ability for all of us in these three major associations to learn from each other and with each other through the presentations helps the entire manufacturing industry become more innovative and productive. As an industry leader, Sandvik Coromant is always happy to sponsor these opportunities for education and engagement. The presentations on technology – new technology and getting the most from existing technology – are always a valuable experience, and I look forward to sharing what we’ve learned with the entire industry,” said Sandvik Coromant President John Israelsson.