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RME: How Additive Manufacturing May Solve Supply Chain Issues

When: Tuesday, October 17, 2023
Where: Pittsburgh Technology Council at Nova Place

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In an ever-changing global landscape, the manufacturing industry faces numerous challenges that require resilience and adaptability. From supply chain disruptions to environmental concerns and economic fluctuations, manufacturers need to navigate these obstacles to ensure sustainable growth. Additive Manufacturing is a solution that shows much potential to solve these challenges. This panel discussion aims to explore the resilient manufacturing ecosystem as it relates to additive manufacturing and its significance in building a robust and adaptable future for industry.
Who should attend: Manufacturers, Companies interested in the potential of additive manufacturing, and companies looking to network with these types of companies.
When: Tuesday, October 17, 2023
• 8:00-8:30 Breakfast
• 8:30 - Welcome and Introductions
• 8:45-9:45 Panel Discussion with Q&A
• 9:45-10:15 Networking
• 9:45-10:15 Networking
Location: Nova Place | Pittsburgh Technology Council Office
100 S. Commons, Suite 172, Pittsburgh PA 15212
Chris Ciuca, Vice President of Programs, SAE International
Anthony Mott, Additive Manufacturing Leader, Wabtec
Charles Phillips, Vice President, Penn United Technologies
Michael Schmitt, CEO and Senior Research Scientist, HAMR Industries LLC
Moderated by John Barnes, Founder and CEO, The Barnes Global Advisors
PTC Members: Early Bird: $50 After October 13th, $60
Non-Members: Early Bird:  $179 After October 13th, $189
Presented in Partnership with The Barnes Global Advisors
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Contact Information:
For registration questions - Ama Germain, Marketing & Events Assistant,
For program questions – Monica Takacs, Senior Director, Industry Networks,
For sponsorship questions - Ashley Steckel, Vice President of Business Development,
For membership questions - Betsy Rusnic, Director of Membership Services,