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Seminar listing WEDNESDAY 2ND OCTOBER


Session 1 – 10.15am CE Marking 2019 and Beyond - how the changes will aff ect all manufacturers. Tim Harrison, Engineering Manager, The CE Marking Association


Session 3 – 10.50am Staying Lean Join the author of the Award-winning book ‘Staying Lean’ and creator of the Lean Iceberg Model who will share how ‘excellent’ organisations deliver results for their business by both embedding and sustaining lean and continuous improvement. Gary Griff iths, Author of Staying Lean & Partner, S A Partners


Session 5 – 11.40am Key Steps to Support Manufacturing Growth The North West is a dynamic manufacturing region and produces 15% of total UK manufacturing output. The industry is ever evolving with new markets, customer demands and new technologies. This session will provide you with some of the steps you can take to grow your business, show how other companies have done it and help you tap into advice, funding and support that is available across the North West. Made Smarter and the Manufacturing Growth Fund


Session 7 – 12.20pm Porsche Improved Quality, Slashed Labour Hours, Reduced Lead Time and Boosted Profit Through the Use of Lean Principles - find out how you could too! Tim Scurlock, Director, Applied Lean Consulting


Session 9 – 1.00pm Mergers and Acquisitions in the Industrial Manufacturing and Electronics Sectors Overview of M&A activity in the marketplace, with examples of transactions, preparing for a transaction, how manufacturing businesses are valued, how owners and shareholders can enhance the value of their business. Lawrence Price, Managing Director, Rockworth Management Partners


Session 11 – 1.30pm Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Andy Brunskill, Author of ‘TPM: A Foundation of Operational Excellence’, will share with you the 11 step model which can be used to deploy an eff ective, systematic TPM programme. The model incorporates the Lean thinking tools and systems (such as OEE and RCA), and will also look at the leadership and engagement systems that will support sustainable change. Andy Brunskill, Author of TPM: A Foundation of Operational Excellence


Session 13 - 2.30pm An Introduction to 3D Print and the Exciting Benefits it Brings to Manufacturers Case study examples of the limitless applications that are being discovered for this new technology across all manufacturing sectors and the new opportunities it could open for you. Tri-Tech 3D


Session 15 - 3.15pm The North West’s Aerospace & Defence Sector The presentation will encompass the overview of NWAA, the capability of the companies in the region, the global aerospace market and the UK Future Combat Air Strategy. David Bailey, North West Aerospace Alliance


Session 17 - 3.50pm NAA Services and Activities Rowan Egan, Chief Executive, Northern Automotive Alliance


Listings correct at time of going to press THURSDAY 3RD OCTOBER


Session 19 – 10.00am Fund Your Innovation with R&D Tax Rewards from HMRC HMRC provides UK Ltd companies significant cash rewards for innovation and R&D projects you have completed. Over 80% of UK SME businesses are missing out thinking it’s too good to be true. It is not a complex or lengthy claim process. We will explain what is involved to claim cash. Paul Grabham, Associate, Randd UK


Session 21 – 10.40am Introduction to Shingo The Shingo model is a proven philosophy and framework to move organisations towards sustainable results. In this introductory workshop we will share with you the core principles of the Shingo model and provide an outline of what is involved in challenging for a Shingo prize. Gary Griff iths, Partner, S A Partners


Session 23 – 11.20am CE Marking 2019 and Beyond - how the changes will aff ect all manufacturers. Tim Harrison, Engineering Manager, The CE Marking Association


Session 25 – 12.00pm Porsche Improved Quality, Slashed Labour Hours, Reduced Lead Time and Boosted Profit Through the Use of Lean Principles - find out how you could too! Tim Scurlock, Director, Applied Lean Consulting


Session 27 – 12.40pm Practical Problem Solving In this session we will discuss how best to approach problems and issues, turning them into opportunities for improvement. Steve McCarthy, Hansei Technology


Session 29 – 1.30pm An Introduction to 3D Print and the Exciting Benefits it Brings to Manufacturers Case study examples of the limitless applications that are being discovered for this new technology across all manufacturing sectors and the new opportunities it could open for you. Tri-Tech 3D


Session 31 – 2.10pm Pushing Boundaries with ULTEM and EXTEM Resins The ULTEM resin portfolio off ers a candidate material solution to each challenging design and application. Due to the constant demand for thinner, lighter, more energy-eff icient devices, manufacturers need to make products that are cost-eff ective to produce, comply with demanding regulatory requirements, yet meet consumers’ expectations for style, ease of use and sustainability. Janaina Gianfelice de Castro, SABIC


Session 33 – 2.50pm An Introduction to Composites Dr Ben Hargreaves, NetComposites/Coventive Composites


2-3 OCTOBER, EVENT CITY, MANCHESTER | 9.30AM TO 4PM (CLOSES 3.30PM THURSDAY)


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