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Written by Ganesh   
Saturday, 19 July 2008
New Delhi: Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organising the third Productivity Summit on 8-9 August 2008 at The Ashok Hotel, New Delhi. Productivity Summit 2008 will bring together productivity 'gurus', champions and aspiring leaders on a common platform to share experiences, ideas and thoughts on new challenges facing productivity in metalworking manufacturing industries.

Case studies of the best productivity improvement projects implemented by major companies such as BAJAJ AUTO, BOSCH, CUMMINS INDIA, GODREJ & BOYCE, MARUTI SUZUKI, RANE ENGINE VALVES, RELIABLE AUTOTECH, TATA TOYO, UCAL FUEL SYSTEMS etc. will be presented in the technical sessions.

The Summit is a great learning opportunity for large, medium and small companies in their quest for manufacturing competitiveness.

Spread over five technical sessions, Productivity Summit 2008 will present keynotes on each session theme, from experts in manufacturing productivity:
1 Manufacturing system redesign
2 Better asset utilisation
3 Optimising metalworking process
4 Productivity through quality improvement
5 Productivity improvements in SME sector


The highlight of Productivity Summit 2008 will be the 'IMTMA - SIEMENS Productivity Championship Awards' – to recognise and reward productivity champions for their outstanding contribution in achieving superior performance through sustained productivity improvement. As in 2006 & 2007, Siemens has partnered with IMTMA in instituting the Productivity Championship Awards for 2008. Case studies presented at the technical sessions will compete for the IMTMA-SIEMENS Productivity Championship Awards 2008.


A concurrent exhibition at the Productivity Summit 2008 – 'Productivity Shop', promises to be a one-stop show window for latest innovations in productivity improvements in the metalworking manufacturing industry, displayed in the form of publications, equipment, product samples, CAD/CAM software, etc. Productivity Shop will be an ideal platform to interact on one-to-one basis with leading players in the field of metalworking manufacturing industry.

Over 600 delegates from a wide cross section of metal working industries all over India are expected to participate at this summit.

Participating delegates will comprise CEOs, Senior Executives, Practicing engineers, R&D Specialists, Consultants, Industry Experts, Technologists, Middle management personnel. This summit will bring together individuals from varied segments of the Indian manufacturing industry – Automotive, Tool rooms, Machine tools, Aerospace, Defence and Railway establishments, Pumps & Valves, Consumer durables, General engineering and other manufacturing industries.

Industry professionals from Production/Manufacturing, Quality, Engineering, Projects and other technical functions will immensely benefit from participation at this summit.

Besides serious deliberations in the morning sessions, there will be fun-filled special evening entertainment programme on Day 1 for delegates to unwind and get re-charged !


Participating organisations must pre-register their delegates

Participation charge Rs.6500/- per participant, which includes Summit proceedings documented on CD, Lunches & Gala Dinner on day 1 with special evening entertainment programme.

To register your delegates to the Productivity Summit 2008 : Request registration form - Click here !

Further details of the Productivity Summit 2008 will be sent on receipt of your registration form. Delegate fee is non-refundable, however, organisations may change their nominations.

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