Opportunities for the Service/Repair Sector
Thursday, 29 November 2018
Doubletree by Hilton, Coventry
The servicing and repair of rotating electrical equipment is becoming increasingly important with the arrival of the EU Circular Economy Package.
The AEMT conference focused on how the repair/service industry can take advantage of the economic model to include digitisation and emerging technology so that service centres can drive growth and improve their service delivery package.
The conference incorporates a program of speakers and activities viewable below to attract both service and repair centres as well as manufacturers and suppliers to the industry.
Keynote Talks and Workshops
Copper in Electric Motors and Generators
10:10 The ICA | Paul Dewison
Based on work commissioned by the International Copper Association, MetalsPlus will address delegates on the role of copper in motors covering, in particular, trends relating to energy efficiency, carbon footprint and the Circular Economy.
Preventative maintenance and the impact of digitisation on electromechanical drivetrains
13:45 ABB | Steve Hughes
The rapid rise of digital, cloud based systems have allowed industry to embrace new opportunities to improve operational performance of industrial plant. ABB digs deeper into this technology and considers techniques that can add value to both end users and engineering service providers.
How to make the right marketing decisions for your business
12:00 FMS | Clive Reddihough FCIM
With so many marketing options available it can be difficult to know what will contribute most to the success of your business. Find out how applying 3 simple steps can bring clarity, focus and purpose that will help you get more value from your marketing.
The New International Repair Standard for Electric Motors
10:55 The AEMT | Dr. Martin Killeen
With the imminent release of IEC 60034-23: The repair, overhaul and reclamation of rotating electrical machines, Dr. Martin Killeen will take delegates through the key points and benefits of working to the new standard.
HEADLINE TALK: The Future of the Service/Repair Industry
14: 30 Si2 Partners | Titos Anastassacos
Si2 Partners are proven consultants who assist companies in optimising their business practices to help them drive growth. The headline keynote talk will look at how the industry will change, based on historic, present and future trends. How the world is transitioning through a second wave of electrification, and the disruption is could cause to the service and distribution market. How the service/repair industry can prepare for the new era.
Why get finance and how to access it
13:30 BizBritain | Gary Lennon
Gary will lead a seminar on the ins and outs of accessing finance, depending on what the business will be using the funds for, and how much will be required.
The Digital Twin
12:00 Siemens | Dr. Christian Mundo
The virtual and the real world are converging in the Digital Twin. The Digital Twin accompanies the product through its whole lifecycle from product design to operation, giving innovative advantages and chances for new businesses for the manufacturer, the OEM and the operator. SIEMENS reveals the benefits and advantages, especially when it comes to the operation and service/maintenance lifecycle phase.
FORUM: Top 10 Challenges for Ambitious Leaders
10:25 Manufacturers Alliance | Gary Sheader
This forum will address the top challenges business leaders face. Gary will present the challenges which include, become more strategic, having a more engaged workforce, developing your business culture, accelerating growth, improving time management, and reducing operating costs. A roundtable will follow to explore how others are overcoming these challenges.
Top tips for successful lead generation
14:30 FMS | Clive Reddihough FCIM
Get top tips for lead generation that will help you develop a healthy sales pipeline and enjoy the peace of mind, feeling of security, and the promise of a success that comes with it.
Speakers and Bios
Credit: SKF UK
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.
Credit: Nestech Laminations
The conference is for all companies who sell, 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.
What members have said about previous AEMT Meetings.
Matt Fletcher, MD
"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
"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!"
Doubletree by Hilton
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 28 and/or 29 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.
Accommodation may still be available at the DoubleTree by Hilton, so please check with us before trying some of these alternatives: