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Register to Attend The 2021 National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition – 23rd & 24th November, RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin

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Register to Attend The 2021 National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition – 23rd & 24th November, RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin

Register to Attend The 2021 National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition – 23rd & 24th November, RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin
September 08
08:43 2021
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Free registration is now open for the 2021 National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition. Incorporating a comprehensive conference programme and an extensive exhibition area displaying the latest technological solutions and business services available, the 2021 National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition is being held on Tuesday, 23rd, and Wednesday, 24th, of November at the RDS Simmonscourt in Dublin.

The largest event of its kind in Ireland, it provides a national forum for manufacturers and operators involved throughout the associated supply chains, including the food, pharmaceutical, medical, chemical, life sciences and electronics sectors, to gather to discuss pressing issues facing Irish industry.

The 2021 National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition will highlight the key challenges facing the industry, while also offering practical solutions, as well as showcasing the latest innovations, developments in best practice and new technological advances.

To register visit https://www.manufacturingevent.com/register/

Topical Themes

The event will cover various topical themes including: Industry 4.0, 3D Printing, Digital Manufacturing, Smart Factory, Lean & Continuous Improvement, Robotics & Automation, Industrial Blockchain, Research & Development, Precision Engineering, QEHS, Supply Chain & Logistics, Sustainability, Food & Beverage Engineering, Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences, Reliability, Maintenance & Asset Management. Procurement, Government Policy and Industrial Strategy, Exports, Skills & Training and much more. The Irish manufacturing sector employs 260,000 people and plays pivotal role in the global supply chain from engineering to computers and medical technologies.

In addition to Brexit, COVID-19 and the global trading environment, other issues high on the agenda at the event include the challenges and opportunities provided by constantly changing customer demands, the rapid pace of technological advances in areas such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics, along with heightening environmental concerns and intensifying competition both domestically and in international markets.

The organisers have assembled an impressive line-up of manufacturing leaders, academics and government agencies who will engage in a stimulating blend of key note addresses and debates. The event will also feature an extensive exhibition showcasing the latest technological solutions and business services.

Visitors interested in improving the performance of their business can listen to case studies and technical presentations from leading global and local manufacturing experts, and meet with providers of cutting edge technology.

Co-located Events

A distinctive feature of the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition is that it incorporates several complementary events – all under one roof.

Co-located events include:

* 3D Printing Expo;

* The Automation and Robotics Event;

* The National Sustainability Summit;

* Lean Productivity & Continuous Improvement;

* National Procurement;

* The National Medtech & Biotech Summit;

* The Supply Chain & Logistics Expo;

* The National Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences Expo.

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