The 2014 American Chemical Manufacturing Summit is essential for anyone dealing with HSE, supply chain, operational excellence and production optimization - providing the opportunity to hear from a line-up of industry experts and thought leaders showcasing most recent innovations and progress in the chemical manufacturing arena.
This year, the event will take place on May 13-14 at the Pittsburgh Marriott City Centre in Pennsylvania. Heading up our program of interactive panel discussions and workshops is a keynote presentation from industry stalwart Randy Dearth, Chairman, President and CEO of Calgon Carbon Corporation. Randy will share his experiences and outline what he sees as the key challenges for the chemical manufacturing sector:
'Building a robust talent pipeline to help bridge challenges of labor shortages and the skills gap'.
In addition to this must attend session we are pleased to have Michael Gromacki, VP, Operations and Chief Technology Officer from Dixie Chemical who will be showcasing a thought leadership session 'Reducing waste and loss and improving productivity through integrated management systems'. Mark Sasek, Manager, Global Health, Safety and Environment of Celanese will be hosting an HSE session titled, 'Utilizing motivation and leadership within your organization to improve your safety' and David Gleason, Senior Director, Responsible Care of the American Chemistry Council will be leading a product supply session titled, 'Managing Environmental, Health, Safety and Security risk in the chemical industry supply chain'.
Hear from these and other expert speakers from companies such as Dow Corning, Celerant, Strem Chemicals, Honeywell, AkzoNobel, SOCMA, the U.S Green Building Council and the Environmental Protection Agency at the American Chemical Manufacturing Summit 2014 in Pittsburgh on May 13-14 and ensure you are up-to-date with the industry issues, solutions and innovations.
For more information about our program, please visit: chem-manufacturing.com/program/
For information please contact Andrew O'Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org or 647 253 0468.