Task Force Tips Plant Tour
*** This Event has Been Postponed***
March 31 – April 1, 2020 | Valparaiso, IN
Theme: How a Culture of Innovation Drives Business Success
For more information, contact Alyssa Dixon, ADixon@nam.org
Helping you get Manufacturing 4.0 into action.
Each plant tour offers a unique opportunity to dialog with peers from across industries and functions about best practices, challenges and solutions to moving the manufacturing enterprise forward.
Participants of Manufacturing Leadership Council plant tours realize tangible benefits:
Discover proven solutions to common challenges
Discuss the challenges and discover the solutions that led to meaningful success stories.
Expand your thinking
Open your mind to new processes or practices you
can put in place to achieve greater operational excellence and efficiency.
Benchmark your performance
Benchmark your factory’s performance against other state-of-the-art factories.
Bring back new ideas
Walk away with new ideas you can bring back to your company and implement faster.
Past participants claim our Plant Tour & Executive Roundtable events are unique and valuable because the intimate setting allows for deeper discussion and lively debate on a given topic.
“A good opportunity to do benchmark and know new ways to measure safety.”
“I learned from the tour & networking that there is more we can do as a next step to accelerate our implementation.”
“The honesty and commitment to help others is very powerful.”
“Thanks for the great event. I have been in manufacturing for 30+ years and I continue to learn new things every time I attend an event like this.”
Plant Tour Reports
“Watch the pennies and the dollars will take care of themselves.” While that old saying might be a maxim for household budgeting, it also could describe Intertape Polymer Group Inc.’s (IPG) approach to developing an award-winning energy management program. Its...
Manufacturing Leadership Council members toured Clif Bar’s three-year old energy bar plant in Twin Falls, Idaho, and learned about the company’s 5 Aspirations business model.
In 1979, McDonald’s launched the Happy Meal, ESPN hit the airwaves for the first time, and Sugarhill Gang’s “Rapper’s Delight” became the first Top 40 rap single. It was also a year when Amway undertook a massive hiring effort for its Ada, MI, manufacturing facility....
Oracle Corp. is widely recognized as one of the largest software companies in the world. Founded in 1977, Oracle has developed and sold database management programs, applications, and other software products for decades, amassing more than 147,000 customers in 175...
Now attuned to the fast-and-getting-faster world of e-commerce, consumers have come to expect a much shorter time window between when they click “buy” and when that item will show up at their door. That’s true of the average person who’s buying laundry detergent on...
At the ABB Dodge plant in Marion, NC, the keys to success are integrated business teams that function on a foundation of collaboration and trust, as well as operations that concentrate on standardized processes and a top-grade safety culture. These were some of the...
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