Sacramento Manufacturing Summit
The Revitalization of U.S. Manufacturing
Making the Case for "Made in America"
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The reasons for revitalizing the U.S. manufacturing sector are compelling, and manufacturing's contribution to our economy cannot be ignored. Given that the nation's top priority is job creation, it's important to capitalize on manufacturing's multiplier effect that creates jobs throughout the supply chain - for every manufacturing job created, seven additional jobs are created in other sectors.
Key Takeaways From This Summit
Get the latest tools and resources for manufacturers from Harry Moser, IndustryWeek's 2010 Hall of Fame Inductee and head of the Reshoring Initiative
Learn the secrets of the Total-Cost-of-Ownership (TCO) software (free to manufacturers) to accurately calculate the total cost of your sourcing strategy
Hear leaders of local Sacramento manufacturers engage in a lively panel discussion - they will share their successes and challenges firsthand!
Rick Wylie, President, Buetler Corporation
Tom Kandris, President, American River Packaging
Rick Ellstrom, President, JB Radiator Specialties
Mickey Oros, Senior Vice President, Altergy Systems
Thursday, November 10, 2011
8:00am to 11:00am
Sacramento State Alumni Center
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
8:00am - 8:30am Breakfast and Registration
8:30am - 9:00am Welcome and Opening Remarks
9:00am - 9:50am Keynote by Harry Moser, Founder, Reshoring Initiative
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9:50am - 10:00am Break
10:00am - 11:00am Panel Discussion
11:00am Program concludes/networking
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There is no cost to attend this Manufacturing Summit due to the generous support of our local partners and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Harry Moser, Founder, Reshoring Initiative
Harry Moser is the Founder of the non-profit Reshoring Initiative and focuses on convincing manufacturers to return to the U.S. His passion has led him to travel the country, work with policymakers and offer manufacturers a Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) formula that helps them calculate the real impact of offshoring on their balance sheet. Mr. Moser began his manufacturing career at General Electric as an engineer. He worked at Disamatic Inc., Acme-Cleveland Corp. and then was president and general manager at Roto-Finish. In 1985, Mr. Moser joined Charmilles Technologies as president and retired from its successor, GF AgieCharmilles, as chairman emeritus on 12/31/10. GF AgieCharmilles is a supplier of machines, automation solutions and services to the tool and moldmaking industry as well as to manufacturers of precision parts and components.
Throughout his career, Mr. Moser implemented successful management techniques and process improvements. GF AgieCharmilles became the company to emulate in the machine tool industry. Mr. Moser serves as president of the Swiss Machine Tool Society and is on the board of the National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS), the manufacturing skilled workforce credentialing organization.
Mr. Moser has his B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his M.B.A. from the University of Chicago.
We thank the following partners for their support:
Sacramento State University
Metro Pulse/Sacramento Metro Chamber
City of Sacramento Economic Development