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2nd conference Global ManuChem Strategies 2013

25 Feb 2013 - 26 Feb 2013 - Berlin, Germany



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Challenges & solutions in organizational implementation of end-to-end processes in the chemical industry and impact on effective process management

we.CONECT is bringing together an international audience of manufacturing and process excellence directors in the chemical industry from all over Europe to Berlin, to network, share knowledge and be made aware of the key developments within the industry.

Some highlights and keynote sessions following industry leaders will be discussed:

  • Luca Rosetto, Corporate Vice President Corporate Operations & Responsible Care, DSM / Netherlands will explain operational excellence and process optimization in the chemical industry: success indicators and business enablers for plant managers and global operations responsibilities.

  • Dr. Dirk Holbach, Corporate Vice President International Production, Henkel AG & Co. KGaA  / Germany is discussing with a World Café Session how an effective and integrated technology function with a business unit enables a competitive production and optimized link between marketing, R&D, production/manufacturing and maintenance. 
  • Gerd Pösch, General Manager Operations Sasol O&S, Sasol / Germany will showcase process excellence and business improvement in safety/regulatory, safety/production, logistics, purchase and quality control/quality assurance.

For more details regarding our outstanding speaker panel, full project descriptions and networking opportunities, please visit our conference website: 

http://manu-chem2013.we-conect.com/en/preview/agenda




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