2019 Quality Day Meeting dates announced for flat metal manufacturers

The Quality Alliance, a network of high-tech companies that develop and supply quality assurance and control systems to the global metals industry, has announced the group’s annual Quality Day 2019 meetings will take place in Spain in October.

Designed specifically for flat metal products manufacturers (coils, sheets and plates) to extend their knowledge of modern measurement and quality systems, two individual day-long meetings will take place at Hotel Meliá, Bilbao (Tuesday 22 October 2019) and Hotel NH Valencia Las Artes, Valencia (Thursday 24 October 2019).

Free to register and attend, this year’s meetings have been organized by AMETEK Surface Vision, a world leader in surface inspection and monitoring systems. Surface Vision will be joined by fellow members DUMA-BANDZINK GmbH; EMG Automation GmbH; Laser- und Lichtsysteme GmbH; Pauly GmbH & Co. KG; QuinLogic GmbH; Shapeline AB; along with AMETEK Land and SPECTRO.

Each day-long meeting includes 12 keynote presentations from all Quality Assurance members. Topics under discussion cover the latest thinking, challenges and innovations in modern metals manufacturing; measurement and control systems; quality assurance and execution; and updates on relevant developments in Industry 4.0 technologies. Attendees will also be able to schedule discussions with individual company members following registration.

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. To reserve a place, prospective attendees should register their details at www.ameteksurfacevision.com/qualitydays or email surfacevision.info@ametek.com, stating preferred event location (Bilbao or Valencia), company name, attendee name, job title, contact email, and any dietary restrictions.

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