IMTS registration opens; major U.S. show is Sept. 10-15

CFE Media, Hannover Messe to produce IANA conference, Global Automation and Manufacturing Summit

05/11/2012


Industry leaders such as Jim Tetreault, VP of North American Manufacturing, Ford Motor Company; Rene van de Zande, President/CEO, Emergo Group; Allan McArtor, Chairman and CEO, Airbus Americas; and Denise Bode, President/CEO, American Wind Energy AssociatRegistration is now open for the 2012 International Manufacturing Technology Show, North America’s leading manufacturing trade show. The five-day event, to be held Sept. 10-15 at Chicago’s McCormick Place, will feature more than 1.2 million sq. ft. of trade show exhibits and hundreds of sessions all designed to bring the latest in manufacturing technology, strategy and innovation to the North American manufacturing audience.

To register for IMTS and to take advantage of special offers to attend all special sessions, click here.

CFE Media and Hannover Messe have joined with IMTS to produce the Industrial Automation North America pavilion. Part of the IANA event will be the 2012 IANA Global Automation & Manufacturing Summit, a two-day conference that will bring together top global experts on topics of automation effectiveness, mobility and secuirty, and an in-depth look at the issue of workforce development.

IANA is one of six additional conference at IMTS 2012. They include:

  • Motion, Drives & Automation Conference
  • Midwest Clean Tech 2012
  • ISA Inside: Training Sessions at Industrial Automation North America
  • EHS Today's America's Safest Companies
  • TRAM3 Aerospace Conference – Trends in Advanced Machining, Manufacturing and Materials

When we think about IMTS, we think about the latest and best technologies available for today’s In addition, the IMTS 2012 Conference. The conference topics and speakers are focused on providing attendees a wealth of information regarding best practices for resolving day-to-day problems on the manufacturing floor.

There are 72 presentations scheduled during the week of IMTS 2012, which encompass five topic tracts — materials, quality/metrology, manufacturing technology, alternative manufacturing processes, and plant operations

There are a few options for conference registration:

Full Access IMTS 2012 Conference Pass - $495

  • Includes access to the exhibit hall floor for all 6 days of the show
  • Includes access to all 5 days of the IMTS 2012 Conference
  • Includes buffet lunch for all 5 days 

IMTS 2012 Exhibitors receive a $100 discount on the Full Access Pass

Day IMTS 2012 Conference Pass - $295

  • Includes access to the exhibit hall floor for all 6 days of the show
  • Includes access to the IMTS 2012 Conference for the 1 day you select
  • Includes buffet lunch for the 1 day of conference sessions you select 

IMTS 2012 Exhibitors receive a $100 discount on the Full Access Pass

Full Access IMTS/IANA Combo Conference Pass - $695

Register today for the IMTS 2012 Conference. Also, check out the six other  conference programs that will be taking place during IMTS 2012.

- Edited by Chris Vavra, Plant Engineering, www.plantengineering.com 



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