Take Back Manufacturing in 2017

Tuesday June 20, 2017 - 7:30pm


Location: Yummy Grill Restaurant, 531 Atkinson Ave., Thornhill, Ontario

Fee: $15/pp includes refreshments

Registration: https://peoyork2017takebackmanufacturing.eventbrite.com

carThe globalized manufacturing approach with efficient supply chains has been the business norm for the last 3 decades, but now many experts predict a change in direction toward sustainable supply chains, LEAN business practices, Balanced Sourcing involving reshoring and more localized and significantly more nationalistic trade blocs.

This will be the next business initiative to understand and embrace.

Our presenter will explain:

Why sustainable supply chain concepts are the latest global business trend, and how social-political events now unfolding may reverse current globalization

Why these more nationalistic politics are now in vogue and may reverse 30 years of poor global management and low prosperity.

How Canada will stack up in this future of nationalistic and sustainable trading blocs and how political will, policies, legislations and national competitive factors will need to change.

speaker nigel southwayOur presenter is Nigel Southway, C.Eng. and author of CYCLE TIME MANAGMENT ...Fast Track to Time Based Productivity Improvement‚Ķ.  A ground breaking LEAN Thinking text book on the concept and implementation of Business Cycle Time reduction and Continuous Improvement.

Provides consulting, coaching and education on Business Productivity Improvement and Advanced Manufacturing Engineering to all types of business sectors and helps develop a Vision, Strategy and Evolution plan to attack waste, capture productivity improvements, increase profits, and become more competitive in the global market.
He is an architect of change for many major organizations across many industrial sectors on improvement and organizational change and is currently coaching, consulting and educating worldwide on Business Continuous Improvement Initiatives, Joint Ventures, New Product Introduction Systems, Global Technology Transfer projects, Disruptive Technologies and Sustainable Supply Chain Management.                                  
Nigel is Society Manufacturing Engineering Toronto Past Chair in 2012-2013 and holds the SME Presidents Award. He is currently lecturing at Canadian learning institutions and to Industry Associations on the theory of sustainable supply chains.

The price of the event is $15 per person and it will be held at Yummy Grill Restaurant in their private event room.

For more information, please contact:
Rick Vender, P.Eng.,
Program Director
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