Top Manufacturers Reveal Their Process Excellence Secrets in North Carolina
LONDON--May 30, 2013:
The Manufacturing Process Excellence Forum is the latest addition to PEX Network's portfolio of events and in its inaugural year, it is already proving to be a remarkable event in the manufacturing industry agendas.
After an extensive research, PEX Network has taken the feedback from previous events in their portfolio, and has built on them to create a powerful program that is both quality-driven and customised to the attendees.
The Manufacturing Process Excellence Forum , taking place from July 9 th-11th 2013, in Charlotte, North Carolina, has hand-picked central themes and has bulked up with an exclusive speaker faculty from the manufacturing industry to provide case studies, experiences and answers to questions on what is really happening with the manufacturing sector in the States.
Manufacturing Process Excellence Forum Speaker's faculty
Can Innovation and Statistical Discipline get along? How to leverage LSS in Manufacturing to drive productivity and overall performance? How to reduce the risk of manufacturing investments? How taking more definitive, measurable actions has resulted in bold accomplishments?; are among the questions that will be answered and discussed by Michael AbouEzzi , LSS - TPM, Senior Director at Pepsi; Mark Fendley , VPS Program Leader and Continuous Improvement Manager, BMW; Kathleen Mondile, Business Process Excellence, DuPont; David Haigh, Senior Process Excellence Manager at Johns on & Johnson; George Turner, Senior Vice President, Six Sigma, Rock Tenn and more at the Manufac turing Process Excellence Forum.
This unique forum offers the opportunity to listen, learn and debate with the industry experts from the sector as well as discussing experiences, what have they learnt and what processes companies like Ford have used to ensure their success.