PMPA (Precision Machined Products Association) will be holding its annual national technical conference at the Westin Chicago North Shore Hotel in Wheeling, Illinois.
According to the organizers, “The precision machining industry relies on the best and the brightest people in manufacturing to produce safety critical parts for numerous applications. There is not a trade that has more advanced tools, machinery, or people. PMPA’s 2012 National Technical Conference has been designed to further develop the technical, quality and managerial talents of the people in shops.”
There will be a number of conference sessions ranging from new technology, shop safety, the quoting process, to critical thinking and many more. The keynote speaker for the conference will be Krish Dhanam whose “Top Performance” keynote will be sure to inspire those who hear it.
The program will include certification workshops in “Critical Process Thinking in the Quality Profession,” and “Leadership Gold.” There will also be track sessions targeted to three groups of personnel: technical, quality, and management. Both the certification programs and the track sessions are geared to the continuous improvement of precision machinists.
Seventy exhibitors will also be showcasing the latest in technology and will be on hand to discuss with attendees.
Both members and non-members of PMPA are welcomed to attend this conference. PMPA members are encouraged to sponsor a prospective member or a student.
Precision Plus’ Bill Wells, serves as a senior advisor to the PMPA’s National Technical Conference. We believe the conference delivers a strong message to the importance of U.S. manufacturing.
For more information about attending this conference, please contact Monte Guitar at 440-526-0300, visit the PMPA’s National Technical Conference website, or scan the QR code below.