Innovation Days 2018 (hashtag #attendID) takes place in the week of June 25th in Detroit and Chicago, offering Midwestern companies in the automotive, advanced manufacturing and robotics industries extensive opportunities to engage with a group of Italian delegates organized by the Italian Trade Agency via its Rome and Chicago Offices.
Mr. Perez, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Manufacturing and Services at the International Trade Administration, details the programs and policies that the ITA has implemented to strengthen U.S. manufacturers' global competitiveness and to enhance U.S. exports.
This presentation was filmed at the "Fast Forward: Strategies for Solving Manufacturers' Most Challenging Problems" Machines Italia conference in Plymouth, Michigan on June 21, 2012.
Achieving Manufacturing Excellence Across the Globe
Mr. Mauro Pino discusses how Chrysler shares, leverages, and sustains world-class manufacturing processes -- to reduce waste, increase productivity, and improve quality and safety in a systematic and organized -- across multiple, geographically dispersed facilities.
Machines Italia Manufacturing Conference Presentation: Chrysler's Mauro Pino
If you rely on the mainstream news media to help you assess the U.S. economy’s health, Alan Beaulieu wants to bring you out of your depression. As president of ITR Economics, which regularly analyzes the GDP health of developed and developing countries, he suggests you put your crying towel away and buy yourself something. And if you have to borrow money, do it—as long as your company’s fiscally healthy.
When Peter Perez began his career in manufacturing four decades ago, companies had competitors across town or in their own state, but typically not outside the United States.
Now, says Perez, deputy assistant secretary for manufacturing in the Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration, the competition is overseas. As a result, exports are "increasingly important to our economic health and to our growth."
PLYMOUTH, MICH. -- A key to Chrysler Group's return to profitability is a plant performance improvement program developed by parent company Fiat SpA (IW 1000/87) , said Mauro Pino, the company's head of World Class Manufacturing at the Machines Italia manufacturing 3.0 conference in Plymouth, Mich., Thursday, June 21, 2012
The Conference will feature distinguished manufacturing executives and thought leaders who will examine how manufacturers are developing the market focus, innovation, technologies, operational excellence and workforce development strategies to thrive in a fiercely competitive global economy.
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