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Catch Up with the AMTCE at the 7th National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference

Following an easing of COVID-19 restrictions, the AMTCE are delighted to see the return of expos, conferences and other industry events throughout the island of Ireland. With these exciting developments in-mind, we’re inviting you to join us at the upcoming National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition on the 23rd & 24th of November. Don’t miss out!

Now running in its 7th year, the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference will be returning to Dublin’s RDS Arena to showcase the innovation and cutting edge research which underpins most of the industry. Indeed, this year’s conference will place a special focus on new approaches and technologies that have created significant organisational and process improvements. 

Running across two days, this conference will be of particular interest to senior management professionals and companies operating within the advanced manufacturing sector, as well as established practising engineers and researchers. Featuring a range of industry-leading speakers, November’s conference will host delegates that have registered from leading food, pharmaceutical, medical, chemical, electronics and engineering manufacturing sectors.

Benefits of attending the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference include:

  • Valuable industry insights to inspire business planning
  • Exchange ideas and good practice with like-minded professionals
  • Connect with business leaders 
  • Meet key technology providers in the dedication exhibition area

Catch up with the AMTCE at the RDS, Dublin

We’re excited to catch up with employers and potential learners at our very-own stand at the 7th National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference. Aside from catching up with members of the AMTCE team, conference attendees can also join a presentation delivered by Michael McGrath.

‘A Skills Based Approach for Continuous Workforce Upskilling/Reskilling in the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Arms Race’ will focus on how to prepare the workforce for the adoption of advanced manufacturing technologies driven by the transition to Industry 4.0. 

*Michael McGrath is Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre of Excellence which is focused on the delivery of skills-based training for advanced manufacturing. Prior to his current position, Michael worked with SecondEdge Technology Solutions as a Consultant and with Intel in a variety of operational and research roles.

Guarantee Your Place Now

We’re excited to catch up with all attendees at the conference. To guarantee your place at the conference, register for a free ticket here.