Automotive Manufacturing Executives To Gather For AutoMan Global Conference

LONDON, March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Automakers' and suppliers' top executives will be meeting on 8 and 9 June in The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Dearborn, Michigan in the first global automotive manufacturing conference, AutoMan Global 2004.

Organized by Automotive Manufacturing Solutions (AMS) magazine, the AutoMan Global conference aims to establish an exclusive annual appointment for senior industry members. "By talking to our industry contacts we realized that there was a need to provide top executives with an exclusive platform to share their knowledge and concerns with the objective of searching for global solutions. AutoMan Global gives key industry players this opportunity. It offers them a unique chance to meet and discuss, in open debate or through private conversations, the latest trends, strategies and opinions in one of the most selective hotels in Michigan," says Alex Campos Morales, Marketing Manager.

Simon Duval Smith, Group Editor of AMS says " With eight sessions already filling up, including flexibility and lean manufacturing, automation and robotics, press shop, safety and powertrain, the program is expanding day by day. The high level of speaker involvement is testament to the industry's desire for a global automaking forum - and where better to hold it than in Motor City?"

Confirmed speakers and panel members include: Joe Hinrichs, Director of Manufacturing, N.A.O., Ford Motor Company; Miro Suga, Director, Stamping Business Unit, Ford Motor Company; Paul Wollschlager, Manager of Production Equipment, Stamping, Engineering, Ford Motor Company, Charles L Wu PhD, Director, Manufacturing and Vehicle Design, Research and Advanced Engineering, Science Research laboratories, Ford Motor Company; Phillip M. Disch, Executive Director, Controls, Robotics and Welding, General Motors; Mike White, Assistant Director, Occupational Health and Safety, General Motors; Tom Weekly, UAW Assistant Director, GM Department, Health and Safety, General Motors; Craig Corrington, Vice President, Truck and Activity Vehicle Assembly, Operations, Stamping and Components, Chrysler Group; Jim Thomas, Director of Health, Safety and Medical Operations, DaimlerChrysler; Siegfried Wolf, Executive Vice-Chairman, Magna International Inc; David J. Logozzo, Executive Director, Engineering and Manufacturing Operations, Lean Enterprise, Delphi; Ross E. Robson, Executive Director, Shingo Prize for Excellence in Manufacturing; Thomas Pilz, CEO, Pilz Automation Safety, N.A.; and Joe Lazzara, President, STI (Scientific Technologies, Inc).

AutoMan Global 2004 is supported by Arcelor Auto, Delmia, KabelSchlepp, Pepperl + Fuchs, Pilz, Schneider Electric, STI, City of Sunderland, Tornos, Uddeholm and UGS PLM Solutions.

More information about AutoMan Global 2004 can be found on http://www.automanglobal.com/.

CONTACT: Alex Campos Morales, Marketing Manager, Ultima Media,
Email Contact, tel +44(0)20-8987-0967




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