1/1/2008

The 2008 National Technical Conference--Mark Your Calendars

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The theme of PMPA’s 47th Annual National Technical Conference is “Pole Position for Peak Performance. ” What does it take to win the pole position? What does it take to achieve peak performance? To achieve global competitiveness, shops require best practices in Technical, Management and Quality. Like the efficiency of an Indy pit crew, all of these areas must be applied using lean methods.

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The theme of PMPA’s 47th Annual National Technical Conference is “Pole Position for Peak Performance.” What does it take to win the pole position? What does it take to achieve peak performance? To achieve global competitiveness, shops require best practices in Technical, Management and Quality.

Like the efficiency of an Indy pit crew, all of these areas must be applied using lean methods. This year’s conference will give your attendees the latest information in these three areas with a lean approach. 

This year’s conference will take place from April 26 through April 29 at The Westin Indianapolis in Indianapolis, Indiana. Register now at www.pmpa.org and click on the “National Technical Conference” link. Questions? Call Monte Guitar at (440) 526-0300.

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