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Italy Gives AME Annual Conference 2012 In Chicago Participants An Edge - An Italian Edge!
Machines Italia, via the Italian Trade Commission‚Äôs Chicago Office, will officially present and make available to this year's participants, its second in its book series, The Italian Edge: Technology for Sustainability on October 17th featuring a testimonial by one of the book's noted companies, AMUT SpA's North American President, Anthony Georges.
Mr. Georges will talk about the work his company has been successfully doing in the North American market bringing Italian sustainable manufacturing practices to local and international companies.
This unique book presentation opportunity will allow Machines Italia to illustrate how Italy, a country world-renowned for its historical cities and the beauty of its environment, has significant experience in preserving the world we live in for future generations.
By using the Italian flare for creative problem solving and innovative design to tackle the world's environmental issues, Italy has become a world leader in clean technology, helping create solutions for a sustainable manufacturing future. Attendees will receive complimentary copies of the book as a "thank you" for their hard work and dedication to making sustainable manufacturing practices a continued part of their professional and corporate endeavors.
For more information on the ITC‚Äôs book, ‚ÄúThe Italian Edge: Technology for Sustainability‚ÄĚ visit http://theitalianedge.com or contact the Italian Trade Commission at 888-ITALTRADE / 312-670-4360 or visit http://www.machinesitalia.org.
About AME 2012
The week long conference allows manufacturers unique learning opportunities and sessions to learn directly from peers who have lived through real world experiences; providing participants a most powerful way to increase their manufacturing knowledge. AME members are dedicated to improving the competitiveness of their organizations. By sharing, learning and networking members and participants will increase their ability to grow their businesses. The ultimate conference goal is to achieve the highest return possible on one's investment of time and effort. This year the conference which will include numerous workshops, presentations and factory tours, expects to have over 2,200 participants.
The Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME) is the premier organization for the exchange of knowledge in enterprise excellence. Members come together to explore Lean thinking and other enterprise improvement methods, exchange best practices and network in order to advance their careers and improve the competitiveness and overall value of their organizations. Today, our profession requires increased productivity and specialized solutions. Members entrust AME - a repository of highly productive industry practices with a membership of proven leaders - to find them.