The 8th National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition will bring together the manufacturing industry of Ireland and beyond in Dublin. The industry employs 260,000 people and thus plays an important role in the country’s economy.
The conference takes place before a background of record growth rates as well as challenges from strained supply chains and long delivery times. Irish manufacturers received a volume of new orders received that rose at the fastest in many decades and companies have reported order inflows following the lockdown restrictions. But also Brexit and the global trading environment will play a role in the conference.
If you are interested in improving your businesses’ performance of their business, key notes from manufacturing leaders, academics and government agencies, case studies and technical presentations from leading global and local manufacturing experts will inspire you. Also meet with providers of cutting-edge technology in the exhibition which showcases latest technologies and services.
EIT Manufacturing at the Conference
If you would like to meet with us, join the keynote of Dr Christian Bölling, Director of the Darmstadt-based EIT Manufacturing hub, 26 May.
He will provide information about the funding and cooperation opportunities at EIT Manufacturing and how to stimulate the use of innovative technologies in production and manufacturing processes.