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A Quick Review of the Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference 2017

Jennifer Ryan

Quantum 3 stand

The National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition took place in the Citywest Hotel in Dublin at the end of January 2017, one of Ireland’s most popular Manufacturing Exhibitions.

Manufacturers, engineers and other key players from companies, both large and small, gathered on the day to promote their latest innovations, connect with business leaders and gain industry insights.

Companies from industries including lean manufacturing, procurement and control & automation were exhibiting, presenting and attending on the day.

The day was broken down into seminars, with the National Sustainability Summit and The Lean, Productivity and Continuous Improvement Summit taking place in Citywest at the same time.

Seminars were presented on innovative subjects by leaders and key developers in their respective fields.

These seminars ranged in topics, each relating to one of the summits taking place on the day:

  • Manufacturing – Medtech and Cleanroom, Research and Innovation, 3D Printing, Health & Safety, Data & IT, and Biopharma;
  • Sustainability – Cleantech, Environmental Law, Environment, Carbon Reduction and Emissions, Waste Reduction and Recycling, Energy, and Construction;
  • Lean, Productivity and Continuous Improvement – Lean for Micro Businesses, Change Management, Supply Chain, and Training.

As one of Ireland’s largest manufacturing exhibitions, it provides a huge opportunity for both domestic and international companies to strengthen existing relationships, expand their networks, build brand awareness and increase sales.

For Quantum 3, it was also an opportunity to showcase the applications we can build with our Aluminium Framing System and present our ever-expanding range of closed and open profiles. If you didn’t make it this year we do recommend you consider it for 2018. Go to www.manufacturingevent.ie and register now. We’d love to meet you there.