Manufacturing Summit


Switchgear May 15, 2007

How to develop and keep top employees at Top Plants

The three winners of Plant Engineering’s 2006 Top Plant awards sat down for a panel discussion at the Manufacturing Summit on what makes a Top Plant click.

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Motors & Drives May 15, 2007

Getting energy efficiency “a seat at the table”

Energy efficiency is a hot topic for plant managers, but affecting change in energy policies at the plant level isn’t always easy.

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Mobility May 15, 2007

Wireless technology standards, networks evolve and start to mesh

The idea of wireless technologies isn’t new, as panelists at the Manufacturing Summit noted.

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PLCs, PACs May 15, 2007

The importance of reassessing MES value after deployment

One of the hot technologies in manufacturing is manufacturing execution systems, and one of the hot questions is how you measure value for the investment in MES.

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Energy Efficiency & Management May 15, 2007

What everyone was talking about at the Manufacturing Summit

The Plant Engineering Manufacturing Summit brought together top industry experts on three crucial topics facing manufacturers today: the use of MES systems, the need for energy efficiency and the emergence of wireless monitoring. If you missed the Summit, or you wanted to share the information on these topics, here's a link to each Roundtable discussion at the Summit:

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May 15, 2007

Top tips from the Top Plant winners

Plant managers from BMW, Square D and Toyota sat down with editor Bob Vavra at the Plant Engineering Manufacturing Summit to discuss what makes a Top Plant, and ways they are working to drive continuous improvement at their facilities.

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