New Solutions, New Knowledge and Impressive Prizes
Our Main Stage, also known as ”The Solutions Bar”, is a given meeting place and “watering hole” for know-how thirsty visitors. Companies active in different parts of the maintenance world will present some spectacular case studies. This is a don’t-miss opportunity to get up to speed on the latest know-how and learn about solutions to a variety of problems. And enjoy a cup of coffee, of course!
The Main Stage is where the most important prizes of the maintenance industry will be awarded. Who will be selected as Sweden’s Maintenance Manager of the Year and go on to compete for the Title – European Maintenance Manager of the Year 2018? Which company will top the Maintenance Champions League? And who will win the Great Productivity Prize (Stora Produktivitetspris)? All will be made known on the Main Stage at Underhåll 2018.
Seminars in English
Wednesday 14 March 13:00-13:00
Keynote Speaker: The Scania way of working
Scania Production System (SPS) is Scania’s lean system that has been guiding our way of thinking and working within production and logistics for more than 20 years. In his presentation Kees will explain the core of the Scania Production System and the latest developments with a main focus on productivity.
Speaker: Luttik Kees – Head of Global SPS Office Production & Logistics Scania
Thursday 15 March 11:00-11:30
Optimising Maintenance Performance with an Outsourced Partner
Derek Richardson, director of E Squared, will utilise two different case studies in order to show the challenges and approach which can be used and highlight some of the misalignment in needs between client and outsource partner which regularly prevents an optimal operational or financial outcome. E Squared operate globally and have significant bodies of work in Europe and North America.
Speaker: Derek Richardson – Director E-Squared Consulting Ltd
Tuesday 13 March 12:30-13:00
Digitalization that you can touch. If you can dream it, you can print it!
Siemens as innovative player on many markets is driving the digitalization of manufactur-ing technologies. As one aspect, gas turbine components are now being repaired with se-lective laser melting (SLM), a.k.a. 3D-printing in metal. Learn about Siemens’ journey to industrialize Additive Manufacturing.
Speaker: Thorbjörn Fors, CEO of Power Generation Services for Distributed Generation & Oil & Gas, Siemens