It is time for our upcoming May section meeting! This month we are excited to be doing a joint meeting with the Ventura County chapter of APICS!
Topic: Benefits of Implementing Manufacturing Execution Systems,
Presented By: Jerry Gonzalez, P.E., MBA, CQE, CMQ/OE, CSCP
When: Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
Time: 6:00-6:30 Arrival, 6:30-7:30 Dinner, 7:30-9:00 Program
Where: Courtyard by Marriott, 600 East Esplanade Drive, Oxnard, CA, 93036
Cost: $25 for regular attendees, $10 for unemployed attendees, $22 for advanced on-line payment
Click HERE to register
Implementing Manufacturing Execution System (MES) provide many benefits; including, but not limited to:
After a brief introduction to Manufacturing Execution Systems and how they may be applied to various industries, the attendees will be presented with case studies that show how two different MES applications where implemented in the same manufacturing facility; illustrating how the use of Manufacturing Execution Systems led to improved quality and operations results by establishing standardized processes to reduce turnaround time, costs and inventories, enable automation, and meet regulatory compliance requirements.
Jerry Gonzalez is a Professional Engineer with over 25 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, manufacturing Large Volume Parenterals and Medical Devices. Jerry has held positions in Engineering, Manufacturing, Planning, Scheduling, and as SPC trainer. He is currently Business Systems Manager at B Braun Medical, Inc. where he is responsible for the functional support of the site ERP system and two Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) used for the manufacturing of IV Solutions. He holds an MBA degree, with a concentration in Supply Chain Management, from the University of La Verne. As an APICS volunteer, Jerry is a member of the APICS District Manager Committee, past president of the APICS Orange County chapter, and former Director of Judging for the APICS Southwest District Student Case Competition.
We hope to see you there!
Established in 1963, the Channel Cities section 0709 includes over 170 members from aerospace, manufacturing, healthcare, and service industries.