In order to gain ground and remain competitive, you must bring lean concepts into your plant maintenance organization. At the “Lean Manufacturing 2005: Lean Tools for Maintenance and Reliability” conference and exhibition, October 3-5 in Cleveland, you’ll hear how successful manufacturers are using lean strategies and tactics to:

  • Reduce waste
  • Save money
  • Increase efficiency
  • Gain stability and predictability, and
  • Raise productivity, performance and profitability.

Don’t miss the chance to change the direction, reputation and performance of your maintenance department. This is truly a rare educational opportunity. Experts from Cargill, Ford Motor Company, Whirlpool, ABB, International Paper, Raytheon, Hercules, Nordson, IDCON and more, some of the most knowledgeable and experienced professionals in the industry, will be in Cleveland to share their secrets for maintenance and reliability excellence. (Full speaker bios and presentation synopses are available at www.lean2005.com)

And, for a limited time, you can save big on registration. Register and pay for two conference attendees before September 15 and get a third registration FREE for a co-worker at your plant or company. That’s an immediate lean savings of $358 and your first step toward peak maintenance and reliability performance and bottom-line results.

Take it from your industry peers…

“Lean is critical to American manufacturers if they want to stay competitive and profitable.” - General Electric executive, in interview with Reliable Plant magazine

“TPS (Toyota Production System) and flow and lean don’t work if you have unstable, unpredictable equipment.” - Alcoa maintenance and reliability leader, in interview with Reliable Plant magazine

Make the decision to bring your plant team and learn how to quickly and substantially improve production equipment reliability for your operation. 

Attend Lean Manufacturing 2005 in Cleveland, and turn your organization into a forward-thinking, lean solutions provider. Visit www.lean2005.com or call 800-597-5460 to register or for more information.