Marcus Evans Brings in Experts to Tackle Challenges and to Tap into Opportunities
With more than 100 delegates on board, the annual conference will serve as a platform to learn about providing high quality, competitively priced products and services in the global market to gain higher ROI. Industry experts will be providing insights on how to drastically shorten product development cycles, increase productivity, stimulate product and process innovation and respond effectively to customers demands.
Featuring international presentations presented by Dr. Michael Teng CEO Singapore Innovation and Productivity Centre, Chaw Sing Ho Managing Director National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC), Singapore, Teo Wee Kin Chief of Manufacturing Technology – Asia Rolls-Royce, Singapore, Terrance Tan, Senior Manager-Operations, Carlsberg Malaysia, Alex Thomas Vice President – Manufacturing Excellence & Technical Services VF Corp, Hong Kong, Anna Reid GM – Manufacturing Asahi Beverages, Australia, Prasad Kale Head of Manufacturing & Distribution Industry and IOT, APAC Hewlett Packard (HP), Singapore, Carles Sola Vila Product Engineering & Quality Director Burberry, UK, Muralidhar M.S.K Executive Director Deloitte, Singapore, Ichsan Nurfajar GM of Manufacturing Nissan Motor Indonesia, Yinghui XU Head of Digital and Advanced Manufacturing Singapore Economic Development Board among others.
Happening for the third time this year in Singapore, the conference will be also featuring an exclusive 3rd day workshop: Manufacturing 4.0 – The Connected Factory in Action facilitated by Mark Fusco, Founder and Managing Director and Andrew Marshall, Senior Consultant, Advanced Focus, Australia.
The workshop will be introducing automation and data exchange in the manufacturing technologies, focusing on connecting multiple devices and machines at every step of the process, from raw material to end-user.
One the highlights of this conference will be the exclusive site tour to NUS Centre for Additive Manufacturing (AM.NUS). which plays a critical role in supporting Singapore’s vision of becoming a leading Advanced Manufacturing hub.
marcus evans 3rd Annual Manufacturing Excellence conference is proudly partnered by Automation Connect and EFYi Group.
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