Globalization, Communication of Quality Expectations, Standardization of Quality Systems Among Discussion Topics At Two-Day Event
(Chicago, IL) – The biggest trends and best practices within the automotive industry will be discussed during the Automotive Manufacturing Supplier Quality Assurance Conference, offering both OEMs and suppliers a unique opportunity to network and share ideas on a variety of topics. The conference, scheduled for December 11-12, 2014 in Detroit, Michigan, will bring together a plethora of perspectives from all corners of the automotive industry.
Some of the industry’s most tenured executives, including Robert Varsanik of Chrysler, Hadi Mehrooz of Continental, and Mike Down of M&G Phoenix Consulting, will be leading panel discussions and interactive sessions on some of the most top-of-mind issues and challenges facing the automotive industry today. Globalization, uncovering sub-tier suppliers, utilization of quality guidance and strategies for developing warranty cost recovery are among nearly two dozen topics on the conference agenda.
Event host Q1 Productions, an industry leader in high-level corporate conferences, webinars and forums, is expanding upon the success of pharmaceutical and medical device supplier quality conferences and forums and delving into the automotive industry. In keeping with the same format as other Q1 Productions events, the Automotive Manufacturing Supplier Quality Assurance Conference has limited registration openings to encourage active participating throughout sessions and improved networking through a smaller group dynamic. The conference will offer a broader range of perspectives from all components within the industry, including all tier levels, OEMs, suppliers and consultants.