SIMTech Annual Manufacturing Forum 2010
Date: 18 May 2010 - 18 May 2010
Venue: Auditorium, Level 3, SIMTech Tower Block, 71 Nanyang Drive, Singapore 638075
(BY INVITATION ONLY)
The AMF is a flagship manufacturing conference targeted at invited industry leaders to discuss technology issues and trends facing the manufacturing industry.
The theme of AMF’10 is Sustainable Manufacturing. Industry speakers such as Dr Stephan Biller, Group Manager for Sustainable Manufacturing Systems from General Motors will be delivering the AML on the Business Opportunities and Strategy for Adopting Sustainability in Manufacturing. Other speakers in the forum include Mr Dil Kulathum, Vice President, International, CARDONE Industries Inc will speak on remanufacturing; Prof Ali Harlin, Head, Industrial Biomaterials Programme, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland will focus on sustainable materials for packaging as well as Mr Christo Sardjono, Director- Industry Solution Architect, Oracle Corporation-ASEAN to share his knowledge on sustainable supply chains and Mr Dean Stanton, Managing Director, BrandGreen will focus on carbon footprinting : costs, carbon and competitive advantage.
A mini exhibition is also organised to showcase various aspects of sustainability in manufacturing from the industry and the research community.
SIMTech and the Singapore Workforce Development Agency will also launch the Workforce Skills Qualifications Graduate Diploma in Process Technology (Sustainable Manufacturing) at the forum. The course aims to provide fundamental training on sustainable manufacturing for industry.
Please upload presentation slides of the speakers here :
1) Towards Sustainable Manufacturing - Challenges and Opportunities for Singapore by Dr Stephan Biller
2) The Secret of Successes of US Manufacturing Industry ; Remanufacturing by Mr Dil Kulathum
3) Status and Impace of Sustainable Materials for Packaging by Prof Ali Harlin
4) Building Sustainable Supply Chains with Technology Initiatives by Mt Christo Sardjono
5) Carbon Footprinting : Costs, Carbon and Competitive Advantage by Mr Dean Stanton