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Manufacturing and Automation Conference to be Held in New Delhi

PR Newswire | 07 Oct, 2013
MUMBAI: The 1st edition of Manufacturing & Automation F&B Conference (MAFB), 20-21 November 2013, New Delhi, will gather over 100 manufacturing experts and around 5 exhibitors to the conference which is dedicated to F&B manufacturing industry. One of a kind in the Indian F&B industry, MAFB differentiates itself through its high-quality audience and positioning on technological innovations in manufacturing and automation.

MAFB has on board eminent speakers such as Lakkaraju Syamprasad, Director Manufacturing, Britannia; Rajiv Wakhle, Director Operations, PepsiCo; Gagandeep Sethi, VP Engineering, Sabmiller; Rohit Nayar,Global Engineering Manager-Chocolates Category Mondelez International; Prem Dubey, Head - Engineering and Projects GlaxoSmithKline, among other industry experts, all of whom are at the centre stage of developmental of food manufacturing solutions globally.

MAFB will bring together heads of manufacturing, engineering, operations from F&B industry. This initiative will help to increase awareness about the new and innovative solutions available to effectively comply with standards and will provide practical insights to develop innovative, intelligent, integrated and cost-effective manufacturing solutions.

Many new features to discover

MAFB brings a series of innovative networking sessions that will take place alongside the conference programme. These meetings will enable participants to discuss in detail and receive expert guidance on current issues:

    Breakfast Briefings: An in-depth breakfast briefing by USA's leading expert, will help companies to answer their most difficult manufacturing challenges.
    Speed Geeking: A unique opportunity to get first-hand knowledge on the latest advancements in automation and energy solutions directly from the innovators. It is a unique round table discussion where every participant will get 10 minutes to discuss on latest innovation in packaging solutions.

Over the course of more than 15 presentations and a number of debates, they will offer a complete round-up of the current situation and new trends with regard to:

    Productivity and utility
    People development
    Sustainability
    TPM
    Automation
    Value engineering

To know more about MAFB, visit http://www.foodmanufacturing.fnbconfex.com/pr

About UBM India:

UBM India is a subsidiary of UBM plc, which is the second largest independent exhibition organiser in the world. It is the largest trade exhibition organiser in India, responsible for 26 exhibitions in different locations across the country. The company is also involved in the organisation of conference programmes throughout India and in the publications of trade journals and magazines. For further details, please visit the UBM India website, http://www.ubmindia.in.

About Fi India:

Launched in 2006, Fi India has been known as a driving force to India's processed food sector and has a fundamental role as facilitating the industry's only meeting place. Both regional and global food professionals use this opportunity to learn about the latest industry developments, meet new business prospects and launch new products to gain competitor advantage in the fastest growing Food marketplace in the world.

By bringing the industry together, Fi India allows you to display your products to thousands of food professionals at once, and conduct business in an efficient and effective manner.

See more at: http://www.foodingredientsglobal.com/india/about/about-fi-india#sthash.ed5wtqjp.dpuf

Primary Media Contact: Suvidha Shetty, conferences-india@ubm.com, 91-22-61727001

 
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