Milliken Conference Set for May 14-16

The three-day event in Spartanburg, S.C., will explain how to utilize the company’s award-winning approach to operational excellence.

Performance Solutions by Milliken announced it will host its second 2013 "Driving World-Class Operational Excellence" conference May 14-16 at the Roger Milliken Center in Spartanburg, S.C. The conference's target audience includes safety managers, CEOs, HR directors, and "anyone interested in achieving safe, agile, aggressive and enlightened manufacturing," according to the brochure.

The agenda includes presentations by more than a dozen Milliken leaders, such as Wayne Punch, corporate emeritus director of safety & health for Milliken & Company, who will discuss on the first day how the company engages employees through safety. Some attendees will tour Milliken's Johnston Plant on day two. Jeff Rosenlund, director of business development for Performance Solutions by Milliken, is scheduled to present the closing keynote on day three, "Walking the Talk: Keys to Leading Your Organization to Operational Excellence."

The conference costs $1,495 per person; $1,395 per person for teams of three or more; and $995 per person for teams of six or more that include one or more corporate-level sponsors as a participant. This covers tuition, workbook, program materials, luncheons, the plant visit, transportation to and from the plant, but not lodging or other meals.

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