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Opportunities for the Service/Repair Sector
Thursday, 21 November 2019
Doubletree by Hilton, Coventry

As we prepare ourselves for a more sustainable future, this year’s conference will focus on how service and repair centres can use new and current services to take advantage of the new green movement.

Do your customers know that: companies that are actively managing and planning for climate change secure a higher return on investment than companies that aren’t - and a higher ROI than companies who refuse to disclose their emissions. - CDP (2014). 

In just 5 years roughly 75% of the workforce will be millennials. We understand from market research these individuals will be wanting to work with and for more sustainable companies. How can AEMT service centres prepare their customers for this.

Who attends

The conference is for all companies who manufacture, distribute, install, service, maintain and repair industrial machinery technology such as electric motors, drives, pumps, fans, gearboxes, generators, transformers, switchgear and ancillary equipment.

 

Supplier's to the service and repair market manufacture and distribute; balancing equipment, bearings, brushes, commutators and sliprings, computers and IT, condition monitoring, fans, formed coils, gearboxes, generators and alternators, insulation, varnish and wire, inverter drives, laminations, magnets, motors, oils and greases, panels, components and starters, power transmission equipment, pumps and pump hire, repair and test equipment, servo motors, spare parts and consumables, switchgear, and transformers. 

Keynote Talks 

Workshops

10:30 Roland Renshaw| V-EX Virtual Exhibition

The Future of Industry Expos

11:45 Karl Metcalfe | AEMT

Why We Need To Educate The End User About The New Repair Standard 60034:23

12:10 TBC  | Electrom Instruments Incorporated

Partial Discharge Surge Tests On LV Machines

09:45 Peter Isberg | ABB

Increasing legislation and social consciousness are accelerating demands on companies to actively become more sustainable.  

In just 5 years roughly 75% of the workforce will be millennials. Research shows that millenials are seeking to work with and for more sustainable companies. 

Digital Technologies, What Can Global Trends Tell Us?

14:00 Calum Byers | Schiltron Associates

As the 4th Industrial Revolution encompasses industry, improving technologies are forcing companies to adapt and change.

 

Calum Byers will give an insight into changing climate and how to lead through change. 

 

Calum has spent 30 years in various corporate roles, including COO at Aircom International and managed the sale of Nortel's GSM wireless business.

Providing Leadership Through Uncertainty And Change

14:40 Panel Discussion 

Improving technologies for predictive maintenance and condition monitoring mean services centres are having to adopt more of a maintenance role on order to stay competitive.

The panel will facilitate a discussion on how partnerships with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) will help service centres provide diverse services in the future. 

Remaining Competitive In A Changing Market

12:00  Mark Reynolds| ProfitReach

How to Generate a Consistent Stream of Website Leads in 2020

13:20 Matthew Phillips | SimPRO

How ERP systems can support long term sustainability and competitiveness

14:40 TBC

TBC

Speakers

2019 Display Partners

Many thanks to our display partners who are helping us to produce the event this year.

Please click on the logos below for more details on the company.

 

Conference Photos

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2018 Conference and Awards Highlights 

What members have said about previous AEMT Meetings.

Matt Fletcher, MD
Fletcher Moorland

"I often find that what starts as a casual conversation over a cup of coffee ends up being really valuable. I might gain a useful insight or hear an alternative view on a current issue, pick up the germ of an idea that I can adapt and develop for my own use."

Andrew Savage, MD
Mid Kent Electrical

"Time spent with the AEMT is always a learning opportunity."

Tom Beatson, MD
Beatsons Fans & Motors

"The market is always changing with something new to get our head round. Formal and informal discussions with other AEMT members are great for this."

Shaun Sutton, Director
Central Group

"AEMT Meetings are likely to include a discussion that challenges the status quo, and leads to some genuinely new ideas - it can be really exciting!"

Conference venue

Doubletree by Hilton

Coventry, UK

The newly refurbished Doubletree Hotel has been chosen as the venue for the AEMT Conference and Awards. 

Rooms have been allocated for those wanting to stay on the night of the 20 and/or 21 November. Please get in touch with us to reserve a room at preferential rates of £109 for single occupancy and £119 for double.

The Hotel is conveniently located just 20 minutes from Birmingham International Airport. Just off the M6 near Coventry, the hotel is located in the heart of England and is easy to find.

For more information about the hotel click here.

Awards Evening

The Conference will end at 15:30, at which point the Minster Suite will be closed as preparations are made for the evenings Ceremony. 

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