Only 10 Days to WBF’s North American Conference:
“Manufacturing & Automation – Jazzing It Up”
You’d better hurry if you haven’t already registered for WBF’s 2006 North American Conference, which will be held March 5 – 8 in Atlanta . Only 10 days remain until the most important Conference of the year for the manufacturing community opens at the Sheraton Gateway.
Don’t miss all the valuable information you can gain in a short period of time that you can apply to your manufacturing operations. The Conference theme, “Manufacturing and AutomationJazzing It Up,” will be explored in a variety of ways by experts in the industry. Highlights include:
A hour-long, up-to-the-minute Make2Pack report on the automation revolution.
A panel of editors will explore “Future Trends in Automation.” Bring your questions for Walt Boyes, Editor-in-Chief, Control; Agnes Shanley, Editor-in-Chief, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing; and David Broussell, Editor-in-Chief, Managing Automation. You may get some surprising answers.
A Plant2Enterprise Integration track, presented in cooperation with MESA International, will feature a special P2E Security panel. Come and find out why “What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You.”
Industry experts Andy Chatha of ARC Advisory Group and Margaret Walker of Dow Chemical will present keynote addresses.
Four tutorials (three presented before the Conference and one after) are the “extra add-ons” for those wanting in-depth information.
A Sponsor Showcase features the industry’s leading companies.
A NEW “Integrators’ Café” will be introduced where system integrator sponsors (a new category of sponsorship for WBF) may discuss their services.
WALK AWAY WITH THE DETAILS! A conference CD is included with each full registration, and contains 32 presentations (including those by the keynote speakers and panel of editors). The majority of the presentations are also accompanied by detailed papers.
Open the “Conference” page at www.wbf.org and look for the row of orange buttons at the top. Here you’ll find everything you need to know to streamline getting to the Conference: links for making your hotel reservations on line (the deadline for getting WBF’s low rate did close on February 10, however), registering for the Conference and tutorials, finding special meetings, renting cars and getting directions.
On-site registration will be available, but for best results, register before 5 p.m. Eastern time on Thursday, March 2, so that your badge and other materials will be waiting for you.
About the 2006 North American Conference, March 5 – 8
As the recognized leader in supporting the process automation and operations needs of the technical and management professionals in process manufacturing, WBF is offering a highly diversified, multi-level program. The Conference is open to both WBF members and non-members who are interested in learning, networking and sharing success stories on how to improve manufacturing processes, increase quality and share valuable information throughout the enterprise. The Full Conference registration includes the “Sponsor Showcase” and interesting networking events, such as the dinner sponsored by Control magazine, and Emerson Process Management, and a tour of Turner Field, with dinner at the 755 Club.
Register now for the 2006 North American Conference