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We are pleased to confirm the next meeting of the North East Maintenance Forum will take place on Thursday 20th October 2016, arrival from 8:30am for a 9:00am start.
We are also delighted to confirm that this next meeting of the NEMF will be held in conjunction with the Durham Oktoberfest event, organised by CDEMN, taking place that day at the Xcel Centre in Newton Aycliffe. This NEMF meeting will also be in partnership by the EY North East Manufacturers League.
Attendance at the NEMF event requires separate registration, and we would welcome all attendees to also register to attend Ocktoberfest, the North East's Premier Engineering and Manufacturing show which showcases engineering and manufacturing excellence across the region.
The forum should conclude around mid morning, allowing plenty time to visit and tour the Durham Oktoberfest exhibition.
Breakfast refreshments will be available on arrival at the event, sponsored by EY Manufacturers League.
As ever we have an interesting and full program for this quarters meeting, which we hope you will find beneficial and informative:
8:30am Registration, Breakfast and Networking
9:00am Introductions and Welcome, Roger O'Brien, Director of AMAP & NEMF
9:10am Case Study Presentation, Maintenance Practices, Sean Scott, Bridon-Bekaert
9:30am Best Practice Presentation, Facility and Fixture Design for Maintenance and Industry4.0, Dave Bartell, Expert Tooling and Automation
9:50am Case Study Presentation, Industry4.0 and the impact on Maintenance, Richard Chamberlain, Bosch Rexroth
10:10am Questions for Speakers and Discussions, All, facilitated by Roger O'Brien
10:30am Updates from the Forum and member news, Dr David Baglee, Chair of NEMF
10:45am University Engagement - New Manufacturing MSc and Opportunity for Student Projects, Dr Michael Knowles, University of Sunderland
10:55am Closing remarks and Networking
11:00am to 4pm Opportunity to take in the Oktoberfest exhibition (please register separately)
The forum is an excellent opportunity to come together with like-minded individuals to advance your knowledge of advanced maintenance techniques.
We look forward to seeing you on the 20th October for what will be yet another highly interesting session.