18th September | Morgan Motor Company | Malvern
Continuing the exciting series of one-day events from Manufacturing Management, to develop and prepare leaders in UK manufacturing.
Energy is the second-biggest cost for today’s manufacturers, after manpower – and yet it is still seen as a taboo subject amongst senior managers worried about the perceived financial outlay of ‘energy-efficient’ measures. In reality, however, making changes to your energy usage should be treated no differently to making changes to any other process on your site, and can be achieved at minimal cost via an engaged and motivated workforce. Join Manufacturing Management for the third in our series of Leadership Day events, at Morgan Motorcars’ factory in Malvern, Worcestershire on Tuesday September 18th. Here you will learn how an engaged workforce is an energy-efficient one, and how the link between cutting energy use and traditional lean manufacturing techniques is a clear one. A series of hands-on workshops and panel discussions will arm you with the knowledge and skills needed to transform the energy usage of your site.Book your place for just £395 + VAT
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