National Manufacturing Week is coming
The 10th annual National Manufacturing Week (NMW) Conference and Exhibition is scheduled for March 13-16 at McCormick Place in Chicago. Think of NMW as your first stop in building successful business relationships.
The 10th annual National Manufacturing Week (NMW) Conference and Exhibition is scheduled for March 13-16 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
Think of NMW as your first stop in building successful business relationships. Use it to search for opportunities to expand your knowledge, source new products, and meet potential partners. Use it to find the cutting-edge technologies that will help advance your career and keep you competitive and successful in the years to come.
Every solution imaginable is waiting for you and your team at the nearly 600,000 sq ft of exhibits at NMW 2000. Only here can you discover all the new possibilities for integrating every process activity from product development, production, and automation, to plant operations, distribution, and supply-chain management. Even learn how to web-enable your existing business processes for e-commerce. In just four knowledge-packed days, you'll see all that's new, what's next, and what's ahead for manufacturing in the new global economy of the 21st Century.
The shows at NMW are National Plant Engineering MRO & Management, National Industrial Automation, National Industrial Enterprise IT, and National Design Engineering.
For information on attending, visit www.manufacturingweek.com or call 800-840-0678.
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