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9:30 a.m. Registration and Networking
10 a.m. Program
The Dearborn Inn, A Marriott Hotel • 20301 Oakwood • Dearborn, Mich.
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OESA Members and HRI Clients on or before Oct. 27, 2016 $195
OESA Members and HRI Clients after Oct. 27, 2016 $225
Note: Refunds cannot be given after November 3, 2016. Substitutions are always welcome. Charges will appear as “Motor & Equip MFG Assoc.” Pay at the door registrations are non-refundable. Register online at http://www.oesa.org or fax the completed registration form to 248.952.6404.
For registration assistance and program information, please contact OESA at 248.952.6401.
The Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) and Harbour Results Inc. announce the 2016 Automotive Tooling Update on Nov. 10, 2016, at The Dearborn Inn, a Marriott Hotel, Dearborn, MI. This meeting will provide attendees with automotive tooling market intelligence and insights critical for the health of the entire industry.
OESA President and CEO, Julie A. Fream, will open the meeting with an update and insights from the OESA Tooling Council. Joining Fream will be Harbour Results Inc. experts including: Laurie Harbour, president and CEO, James Ricci, chief technology officer, and James Murphy, associate consultant. The Harbour Results Inc. team will provide valuable information and in-depth analysis of current tooling practices while exploring tooling industry trends. Harbour will also offer a high-level breakdown of “Where Do We Go From Here?”.
In addition to the knowledge shared from Harbour Results Inc. industry experts Jeff Schuster, senior vice president, forecasting, LMC Automotive, will provide a current “Vehicle and Powertrain Forecast” and Autoline Daily host John McElroy will speak on “Disruptive Technologies and the Impact on the Tool and Die Industry.”
This meeting is geared toward Tier 1 suppliers, OEM purchasing, and sales, marketing and engineering professionals in the automotive mold and die industry. Thought leadership on the automotive tooling industry, hallmarks of a robust tooling process, best practices and lessons learned will be key takeaways.
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