MIDEST | The global show for all industrial subcontracting know-how | 6th to 9th December 2016 | Paris Nord Villepinte - France

2014 conferences

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Detailed 2015 program available in September!
Open to all and free of charge, subject to the availability of space.
2.30 – 3.15 p.m.
Presentation of Tunisian subcontracting and the partnership opportunities the country offers
With the participation of representatives of the Tunisian authorities

3.00 – 3.30 p.m.
French manufacturing SMEs: shedding light on an overlooked sector
Through a series of interviews with 30 bosses of SMEs, Bpifrance Le Lab and Cetim have sought to paint a portrait
of this sector, which provides such support for the big names of industry. The study then proposes to extrapolate
from the capabilities, strengths and weaknesses that it has revealed to identify the fundamentals for the success of
a manufacturing SME and the conditions required for its growth.
Participants announced so far: Bpifrance Le Lab, Cetim and a representative manufacturer

3.30 – 4.15 p.m.
Normandy’s strengths: a land of diverse industrial skills
With the participation of regional representatives and manufacturers

3.45 – 4.00 p.m.
Managing maintenance interventions
10.45 – 11.15 a.m.
Improving productivity: how CAMM is helping to improve the performance of Slaur Sardet’s industrial sites?
Slaur Sardet – Groupe la Martiniquaise is the leading French manufacturer of alcoholic drinks and syrups.
At the end of 2013 the group decided to adopt the Carl Source CAMM at 3 of its largest production sites. Operating balance sheet for the CAMM and a look at the resulting gains.
Feedback from the SLAUR Sardet site in Le Havre.
Olivier Salun, Manager for Electrical and Automated Mechanisms SLAUR & Laurent Truscello,
Product Manager Carl Software

11.30 a.m. – 12.00 noon
State of play with the use of nickel salts in the surface technology industries
Irene Cañas Sierra, Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Nickel Institute, Brussels and Hélène Hasni-Pichard, Manager of the
Chemical and Biological Risks Cluster, CRAMIF and Anne-Sophie Maze, Technical Manager, UITS

2.00 – 2.30 p.m.
Mobile CAMM: how the new mobile tools - smartphones and tablets - help to optimize maintenance?
Smartphones and tablets have become a part of our daily lives.
How can these new mobile tools be put to good use to increase the effectiveness of operators in the field, technicians and stock managers?
What advantages do they offer maintenance managers in terms of responsiveness and the quality of the information gathered?
Illustration using the Carl Touch 4 mobile app, winner of the Maintenance Innovation Award 2013.
Laurent Truscello, Product Manager, Carl Software

2.45 – 3.15 p.m.
Full and efficient management of the after sales process: a major challenges for manufacturers
Pierre Delhomme, Sales Engineer, After Sales and CAMM department, DIMO Maint

3.30 – 4.00 p.m.
Mobile CAMM
10.00 – 10.20 a.m.
Industrial robotics: how to make investment in it a success
Pierre-Marie Gaillot, Cetim and Antoine Honoré, President of CTF Industrie

12.00 noon – 12.15 p.m.
CAMM innovation: optimize maintenance required by regulations by integrating reports to monitoring organizations
Rely on the innovative functions offered by the Carl Source 4 CAMM: automatically import your monitoring reports, organize your compliance work in order to ensure traceability and to track work required by the regulations.
With Bureau Veritas in attendance: focus on the advantages of integrating monitoring reports originating from the OPALE BOX platform within Carl Source.
Laurent Truscello, Product Manager, Carl Software and Thierry Favier, Marketing Manager, Bureau Veritas

2.00 – 2.30 p.m.
Additive manufacturing: challenges and prospects for an industrial revolution
Patrick Ebadi, Cetim

2.45 – 3.00 p.m.
The CAMM, a strategic tool to enhance the performance of the service department User feedback for the DIMO Maint CAMM
Jean Luc SANJOSE, CAMM Sales Manager, DIMO Maint

4.00 – 5.00 p.m.
Research tax credit: what can one expect from it?
With the participation of CCI France and CENAST

The Cetim Flash Conferences

In the space of twenty minutes these introduce background themes that are relevant to current industry and technology developments. Stand Cetim: 6 J 76
Tuesday 4th November
11h30 Using digital simulation for better, cheaper design
14h00 Reducing impact on the environment and health by introducing clean technologies
14h30 Precision electrochemical machining, a real opportunity
15h00 Successful workshop moves by integrating industrial, environmental and regulatory challenges
15h30 CNDs (CNC s) of tomorrow to guarantee the quality of your metal or composite components

Wednesday 5th November
10h30 Robotized finishing cell: opportunity or alternative?
11h00 The evolution of machining: new features and developments
11h30 Safety, performance, environment: what tools do the standards offer?
14h00 Reduce your energy consumption with efficient tools
14h30 Forging, stamping, assembly: how to take advantage of digital simulation
15h00 Organizing a monitoring operation for your company made simple
15h30 Innovating with CE TIM and the ‘Cetinnov’ method
16h00 Getting robotization right with CE TIM and its test robots

Thursday 6th November
10h30 Industrial robotics: from standard to collaborative, Cetim can guide you
11h00 Additive manufacturing: is an industrial revolution on the way?
11h30 Design with ESP composites
14h00 High speed filament winding for structural parts in thermoplastic composites
14h30 Innovation in surface technology companies
15h00 Optimizing the level of usage of the means of production: the steps to take and how to prioritize the action plan
15h30 Multi-material assemblies: making your equipment lighter, more reliable and improving functionality