07 February 2017

WM announces enhanced factory tour programme

Works Management (WM) has secured a host of new and exciting factory tours to take place throughout 2017 so you can walk the line and see what makes a best-in-class factory tick.

The Manufacturing Technologies Centre and Siemens Magnet Technology have all added their plants to the star studded line up, which already includes Coca-Cola European Partners, Brita Water Filter Systems, and GKN Driveline.

This is your opportunity to go behind the scenes of a leading manufacturer, meet the manufacturing teams and view the processes live from top floor to cell level. You will also have an outstanding opportunity to pick up proven ideas that could transform your key performance indicators on the factory floor.

WM group editor Max Gosney, said: “These tours give you a unique opportunity to go inside industry leading manufacturing companies. From harnessing leading innovation to seeing the latest manufacturing technology in action, there is something here for everyone.”

Individual ticket price is £350 per place excluding VAT. Bookings of three or more people is £315 per place excluding VAT.

Tour dates & locations:
Wednesday 8 March 2017 – GKN Driveline, Birmingham
Tuesday 14 March 2017 – Brita Water Systems, Bicester
Thursday 25 May 2017 – The Manufacturing Technologies Centre, Coventry
Tuesday 20 June 2017 – Coca-Cola European Partners, Sidcup
Wednesday 11 October 2017 – Siemens Magnet Technology, Eynsham

To find out more or to book your place visit: www.wmfactorytours.co.uk or call 01322 221144.

Author
Adam Offord | @WM_AdamOfford

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