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New Product Introduction Aerospace & Defense

23.07.2008
Handling the Complexity of the Introduction of New Products into the Manufacturing Environment, Streamlining Project and Program Management, Accelerating Production Ramp-up
Date: 25th & 26th September 2008
Venue: Hotel Steigenberger Airport, Frankfurt, Germany
Link: www.marcusevansde.com/NPI
Jet Fuel for Rising Shares in Aerospace & Defense Market: Rapid New Product Introduction Processes

The aerospace and defense (A&D) market is changing rapidly and involves technologically superior products as well as extremely complex processes and systems. A&D is facing many challenges, such as reducing time-to-market, rising costs, rapid changes in technology, faster innovation cycles which directly affect an A&D company’s new product introduction (NPI) which is a critical issue for market success.

Therefore aerospace & defense companies, which acts in a collaborative extended enterprise environment, are committed to fast ramp-up and manufacturing processes in order to stay competitive in today’s market.

The aerospace & defense companies are facing their biggest market ever resulting in record production levels. A&D companies must deploy systems and practices that meet the need to faster time-to-profit while providing high quality and flexibility in engineering and manufacturing processes. This is not an easy task when faced with project driven manufacturing.

The conference New Product Introduction Aerospace & Defense (September 25 & 26, 2008, Frankfurt/Germany) will deal with the topic. Attending this conference will allow A&D Managers to uncover and retain the key to bring innovative products faster to market and will provide a closer look into major players` success stories.

Agenda: www.marcusevansassets.com/HTMLEmail/IRNPIAerospaceDefense.pdf

Key Topics:
  • Fast ramp-up and effective NPI process design as a defining competitive advantage
  • Achieving significant reductions in new product and program ramp-up cycles
  • Lean and rapid product development
  • Rapid prototyping and lean manufacturing
  • Industrialisation of new programs in a global environment

Who should attend?
Directors, Heads of Department, Vice Presidents, Managers and Executives responsible for:

•Project Management, Program Management
•Manufacturing, Manufacturing Engineering, Production Engineering, Production Launch
•Ramp-up Management
•Project Engineering
•Engineering
•Product Development
•Assembly
•Continuous Improvement
•R&D
•Technical Planning
•Order Management
•New Program Management
•Electronic- / Mechatronics-Development & Manufacturing
•Quality Engineering / Engineering Systems
•Operations

Event Information:
Paola Suarez
Marketing Manger
Unter den Linden 21
10117 Berlin
Tel: +49 (0) 30 890 61 240
Fax: +49 (0) 30 890 61 434
Email: p.suarez@marcusevansde.com

Paola Suarez | marcus evans Germany Ltd
Further information:
http://www.marcusevansde.com

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