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FUTURE PROOFING MFG RESURGENCE
5-6 DECEMBER 2017
JW MARRIOTT SAHAR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, MUMBAI

The Indian Manufacturing industry has gained momentum ever since the Government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative in 2014, thus enabling the country’s manufacturing agenda and global competitiveness. Currently, India is the sixth largest manufacturing nation and the biggest recipient of foreign direct investments (FDIs), with inflows touching $60 billion in 2016-17. Today, India needs new policy to incentivize adoption of digital technologies, develop the requisite digital ecosystem, augment competitiveness, while meeting the requisite skill gaps. The government has announced the roll-out of a new manufacturing policy to push its share to 25% of GDP by consolidating Make in India and embracing Industrial Revolution 4.0.



INDUSTRY 4.0 TO MAINTENANCE 4.0

Industrial 4.0 also termed as ‘Smart Factory’ means higher productivity, efficiency and self-managing production processes where people, machines, equipment work-in-process components to communicate and work with each other directly. Traditionally, the work of a maintenance professional would have a combination of qualitative and quantitative techniques, which would help in identifying failure modes and mitigate the downtime. However, with Industry 4.0 the maintenance professional benefits new solutions by adapting new technologies that is enabling their work schedules to be more targeted and effective, projecting machine downtimes and decrease in repair times with continuous flow in production. Managing a plant today is fetched with myriad of challenges right from developing and implementing strategies to successfully maintaining production equipment. An unplanned downtime leads to an additional cost for industrial manufacturers and thus it is important for the machines to be ready to run when production needs them. A lot has been tried and tested in order to combat these challenges like hiring a new maintenance manager, provision of training for the maintenance crew, adopting the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), developing a preventive maintenance program, or one of many other approaches aimed at getting more productivity from the maintenance organization. With Industry 4.0 and technology being the prime enabler IoT or IIot will help manufacturers to track the status and life of the machines and can remotely monitor the condition of equipment and look for indicators of imminent failure – for example vibration, temperature or pressure outside normal limits without going to the manufacturing facility by making fewer visits, reducing costs.



THE ECONOMIC TIMES WORLD CLASS MAINTENANCE SUMMIT 2017

With the government’s aim to make India the next manufacturing hub by 2020, it is imperative for us implement world class maintenance within the organization so that we can excel in production output and serve on time operational excellence. The Economic Times World Class Maintenance Summit 2017 aims to bring forth the members of the industry to talk and deliberate on the challenges that the sector faces with new and innovative ideas that will enable and boost plant performance and reduce maintenance and operations costs. This gathering shall not just address the challenges and issues but also offer practical thesis and workshops that will help you take back some learnings that could be applied in your day to day activities.

ADVISORY
Hussain Shariyarr
Hussain Shariyarr
Sr. Vice President – Operations
Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co.
Appliance Division
J. Sridharan
J. Sridharan
Quality & Business Excellence Professional
Jagdish Ramaswamy
Jagdish Ramaswamy
President - Chief Digital officer & Head Business Excellence, Hindalco Industries
Aditya Birla Group
Tom Thomas
Tom Thomas
Executive Director of Technology & Projects
CEAT
AGENDA

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

The Economic Times World Class Maintenance Summit | 5th - 6th December 2017 | Mumbai


09:00 - 09:45
Registration
09:50 - 10:10
Keynote Address by Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance
10:10 - 11:00
Inaugural Panel by Advisory Board: Industry 4.0 to Maintenance 4.0
11:25 - 12:15
Panel Discussion: Integrating Preventive & Predictive Maintenance Technologies for Asset Monitoring
12:25 - 12:45
Innovation Talk: Developing and Optimizing: Iot, Smart Factory & Artificial Intelligence
Parallel Tracks
14:00 - 15:30
Fish bowl Conversation - PROCESS
Fish bowl Conversation - DISCRETE
15:30 - 16:20
Panel Discussion: 5 Steps: Future Proofing Process Plant Maintenance
Panel Discussion: 5 Steps: Future Proofing Discrete Plant Maintenance
16:30
Close of Conference Day 1

09:30 - 10:00
Registration
10:00 - 13:30
Workshop by Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance
14:30 - 17:00
Productivity Paramount: How to get ROI out of your investment in plant & machinery Maintenance
SPEAKERS
Ajith Kumar
Ajith Kumar
Head of Operations
Akzo Nobel India
Arvind Kumar Verma
Arvind Kumar Verma
Chief – Maintenance Services
Essar Steel
Haresh Gill
Haresh Gill
Plant Director
Abott India
Harihar P
Harihar P
Senior VP, Manufacturing and Project Planning
Ashok Leyland

Hussain Shariyarr
Hussain Shariyarr
Sr. VP – Operations
Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co.
J. Sridharan
J. Sridharan
Quality & Business Excellence Professional
Jagdish Ramaswamy
Jagdish Ramaswamy
President - Chief Digital officer & Head Business Excellence, Hindalco Industries
Aditya Birla Group
Om Narayan
Om Narayan
Advisor
Hofincons

Rashmi Patra
Rashmi Patra
Head, Technical Operations
Novartis India and Director, Sandoz
Shailendra Agrawal
Shailendra Agrawal
Chief Executive – Operations and R&D (EAM & ECE) and Chief Transformation Officer (CTO), Escorts
Sunil Gulati
Sunil Gulati
VP Technical
Coca-Cola India and South West Asia Business Unit
Sunil Plakkat
Sunil Plakkat
Head of Manufacturing Operations
PPG-Asian Paints

Tom Thomas
Tom Thomas
Executive Director of Technology & Projects
CEAT
Yesheen Vibhakar
Yesheen Vibhakar
Head- Operational Excellence
Suzlon Group
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WHY ATTEND?

At The World Class Maintenance Summit you will decode new strategies that will aid cost-effective production and maintenance procedures, increase business agility, effectively mitigate plant risk, manage unplanned downtime, and much more!


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Plant Engineers
Asset Management Specialist
Maintenance Planners/Schedulers
Project Engineers
Production Head

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