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National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition – Citywest Hotel, Dublin – Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

January 21
16:34 2016

manufactury-micFeaturing over 150 keynote speakers, a wide variety of free workshops as well as 150 exhibitors, displaying the latest processing and supply chain technology available to Irish industry, the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition takes place on Tuesday, January 26th, at the Citywest Hotel, Dublin.

2,000 people are expected to visit the event, which has now become a must-attend All-Ireland affair covering the full spectrum of Irish manufacturing, including the food, pharmaceutical, medical, chemical, life sciences and electronics manufacturing sectors, and their associated supply chains.

The theme of the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition 2016 is ‘Creating an Innovative Manufacturing & Supply Chain Eco-System’ and an impressive line-up of speakers from manufacturing, academia and government agencies will explore the key problems, challenges and opportunities facing Irish industry.

All keynote speakers have a successful track record of delivering quantifiable results in sustainable manufacturing and throughout the supply chain, and have been selected in order to offer visitors clear guidance on how they too can enhance competitiveness and innovation.

For further information, please contact Colin Murphy, Managing Director of Premier Publishing & Events, at colin@prempub.com or on Tel 353 1 6120880. For further information visit www.manufacturingevent.com.

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