MESA Conference advisory: Utrecht, The Netherlands, 7-8 November 2007

Take advantage of the vision and thought leadership of prominent manufacturers and major solution providers that are enabling plant-to-enterprise integration.

10/19/2007


MESA International , the Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association, reports its European Plant-to-Enterprise Conference offers an opportunity for manufacturing execution system (MES)/plantwide information systems beginners and experts to learn proven ways to lower manufacturing risk, drive productivity, increase agility, and improve quality with innovative technologies. Prominent manufacturers and industry experts will share their experience with strategic initiatives, application of standards, and practical cases.
The conference also offers a networking platform to exchange experiences across industries.
"Clearly the issues manufacturers and producers encounter every day are universal," notes Jan Snoeij, principal MES Consultant with LogicaCMG , and chair of the MESA 2007 European Conference. "As MESA has been bringing together hundreds of industry leaders each year at the North American conference, we are enthusiastic about building on this success in Europe and addressing these challenges here."
MESA Keystone Sponsors include GE Fanuc, IBM, Microsoft, MPDV, Rockwell Automation, SAP, Siemens, and Wonderware, which have driven the success of the Plant-to-Enterprise conference series. MESA brings the P2E event to Europe with the support of LogicaCMG its premiere sponsor.
More detailed information about the conference and online registration is available at www.mesa.org/conference/2007/eu/






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