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MFG 2023 To Connect Manufacturing Leaders, Innovators, Builders

AMT, in partnership with NTMA, announced that registration has opened for The MFG Meeting 2023. A trademark annual conference, The MFG Meeting 2023 will be held April 26-28, 2023, at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass resort in Phoenix, Arizona.
Mar 02, 2023

The Manufacturing For Growth Meeting will be held in Phoenix, Arizona, on April 26-28


McLean, Va. (March 2, 2023) – AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology, in partnership with the National Tooling & Machining Association (NTMA), announced that registration has opened for The Manufacturing For Growth (MFG) Meeting. A trademark annual conference, The MFG Meeting 2023 will be held April 26-28, 2023, at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass resort in Phoenix, Arizona.

“The MFG Meeting creates a unique opportunity to connect leaders who build, integrate, sell, service and utilize manufacturing technology to make the products that move our economy,” says Douglas K. Woods, president of AMT. “Certainly we’ve seen our share of volatility in the market over the last few years, and clearly there are some economic uncertainties ahead of us, but the rapid advancements of new digital technologies have afforded us the opportunity to react and leverage these tools to keep pace. Being able to share these tools and techniques with your peers at The MFG Meeting has proven invaluable to the long-term success of our manufacturing community.”

“At NTMA, our members form the heart of manufacturing – small and medium-sized manufacturers who are, oftentimes, family-owned or private,” says Roger Atkins, president of NTMA. “By collaborating with AMT to hold The MFG Meeting this year, we ensure our members’ voices and concerns are front and center. We’vefound the challenges that face large corporations are the same ones that small and medium-sized shops are facing, from supply chain issues to integrating new digital technologies. We’re excited for our members to share what they’ve learned and expand their knowledge base as well.”


The MFG Meeting, powered by AMT and in partnership with NTMA, provides attendees with exclusive networking opportunities with decision-makers from across the entire manufacturing spectrum – a unique and comprehensive gathering not found anywhere else. Additionally, MFG 2023 offers sessions and content on the latest forecasting news, market analyses, breakdowns of the latest technology trends, and much more. Some of this year’s topics include:

  • The Warm-Up Show. Influencers Andrew Crowe, New American Manufacturing Renaissance, and Meaghan Ziemba, Mavens of Manufacturing, kick off the meeting with top questions being asked today in manufacturing.

  • Finding and Retaining Talent. NIMS’ executive director, Montez King, will host a conversation with Mesa Community College on the role of strategic industry-education partnerships to develop an advanced manufacturing workforce in the context of a post-pandemic supply chain.

  • Gauging the Risks Going Forward 2023 – 2024. Renowned economist Alan Beaulieu of ITR Economics provides a data-driven analysis of the trends playing out in today’s markets. He discusses risks, what to expect, how to benefit in these market conditions, and much more.

  • Demographic Strategies for the Post-Corona Era. Speaker Ken Gronbach invites attendees to join him in exploring the fascinating realm of demographics – and how demographics determine which products, services, and nations will succeed.

  • Materials, Methods, and the People Manufacturing Humanity’s Future in Space and Below. With manufacturing’s growing focus on space travel, Ingersoll Machine Tool CEO Dr. Jeff Ahrstrom discusses the importance of materials and use cases, as well as the growth of interest in U.S. manufacturing as a career.

  • Much More. A fireside chat on the factory of the future and the importance of the supplier base. Workforce development. The MFG Meeting will tackle these topics and more.

Additional speakers include Nick Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp.; Tim Shinbara, AMT; and others. Speakers and agenda items are continually added and updated on the event website.

For more information about The MFG Meeting and to register, visit MFGmeeting.com.

About AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology

AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology represents U.S.-based providers of manufacturing technology – the advanced machinery, devices, and digital equipment that U.S. manufacturing relies on to be productive, innovative, and competitive. Located in McLean, Virginia, near the nation’s capital, AMT acts as the industry’s voice to speed the pace of innovation, increase global competitiveness, and develop manufacturing’s advanced workforce of tomorrow. With extensive expertise in industry data and intelligence, as well as a full complement of international business operations, AMT offers its members an unparalleled level of support. AMT also produces IMTS – The International Manufacturing Technology Show, the premier manufacturing technology event in North America. www.AMTonline.org

About the National Tooling & Machining Association

The NTMA is the national representative of the custom precision manufacturing industry in the United States. Our nearly 1200 members design and manufacture special tools, dies, jigs, fixtures, gages, special machines, and precision machined parts. Some companies also specialize in experimental research and development work. NTMA.org


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