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Troy, MI – October 25, 2016 – Bill Artzberger, partner at the Lean Learning Center, with over 25 years of experience in Lean Training, Consulting in Lean Manufacturing, and Kaizen Implementations will be presenting at FABTECH 2016 in Las Vegas, NV on Thursday, November 17, 2016. Ron Holcomb, with 30 years experience has taught SPC, TQM, FPS and Lean Systems to thousands of manufacturing professionals, will join Mr. Artzberger.
“We are glad to join FABTECH 2016 as presenters of Lean Tools”, says Bill Artzberger, Managing Partner of Lean Learning Center. “TPM rests on 8 principles and this overview will help you assess and plan your journey toward a more productive outcome”.
Mr. Artzberger and Mr. Holcomb will be presenting on Thursday, November 17, 2016 between 1:30PM – 3:30PM PST. The two sessions are titled “Create a Maintenance Culture That Yields Total Productivity” and “Increase Your Production Capacity Without Additional Capital” under the category Lean Tools: Quick Changeover and TPM.
Lean Learning Center is offering a 30% discount to FABTECH using their speaker discount code SPK30. Take advantage of this discount by attending FABTECH 2016.
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Additional information about Mr. Artzberger and Mr. Holcomb’s presentation at FABTECH 2016 can be found at this FABTECH 2016 PDF on page 26.
Please call Lean Learning Center at 248-906-8605 or email info@LeanLearningCenter.com for more information or assistance to learn more about Mr. Artzberger and Mr. Holcomb’s presentation at FABTECH 2016.
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The Lean Learning Center was founded in 2001 to address the gaps and barriers that are holding back companies from successful and sustainable lean transformation. In addition to the advanced curriculum, the Center has developed a learning environment designed specifically for adult learning utilizing techniques that include discovery simulations, case studies, personal planning, and reflection – ultimately engaging people at a deep and personal level. We bring our unique lean understanding in creative ways to executives, managers, supervisors, change agents and front-line employees.