2014 Georgia Automation EXPO “You Have A Choice”

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The Georgia Manufacturing Alliance (GMA) has partnered with SherTek Inc. to bring in some of the top names in automation to Gwinnett County on November 17th, 2014

2014 Georgia Automation EXPO

2014 Georgia Automation EXPO

New jobs are coming to Georgia through manufacturing. It is vital that companies automate repetitive tasks to eliminate wasting human capital,” said Jason Moss, President of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance.

The Georgia Manufacturing Alliance (GMA) has partnered with SherTek Inc. to bring in some of the top names in automation to Gwinnett County.

“New jobs are coming to Georgia through manufacturing. It is vital that companies automate repetitive tasks to eliminate wasting human capital,” said Jason Moss, President of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance. “Factory and machine automation is a simple solution that allows American companies to compete with low skilled low wage foreign competition. The goal for automation is not to replace jobs but to create better paying, higher skilled positions.”

The Georgia Automation Expo is a special event designed to highlight the latest in factory and machine automation. The Georgia Manufacturing Alliance (GMA) has partnered with SherTek Inc. to bring in some of the top names in automation to Gwinnett County. Factory representatives will be sharing ideas on how to best utilize technology to lower cost and improve efficiency. Each company will have a couple minutes to provide a brief introduction of their latest products during the 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. “Lunch and Learn.” Attendees are then encouraged to visit the displays and ask specific questions during the general networking / expo from 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Some of the companies who will be represented include:
WAGO
Stahl    
Schmersal
PULS
TCI
Citel
Integra
VACON
Moxa
Panasonic    
Haewa
SEW Eurodrive
Fortress
Proface
Apex

GMA is committed to providing the best educational opportunities and great networking events for all Georgia manufacturing professionals.

This event is being held at the 1818 Club on November 17th from Noon – 4:30. Due to space restrictions, only companies who manufacture products in Georgia are invited to attend. Pre-registration is required and can be done online at http://www.GeorgiaAutomationEXPO.com

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