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Archives - Meetings & Events

Milwaukee SPE Future Cities Competition

 Milwaukee SPE Sponsored two awards at this year’s Future Cites Competition held at MSOE. 

Milwaukee SPE Sponsored two awards at this year’s Future Cites Competition held at MSOE. Over 40 elementary schools entered the event and judged on several different categories. Milwaukee SPE sponsored two $250 awards. It was great to interact with these outstanding young people. The teams showed great enthusiasm and talent. Milwaukee SPE Board members – Jack Hill, Renee Nehls, Matt Bennett and Ray Ciezki participated as judges.

Photos shown of the winners from the Future Cities competition:
Left: 
 Best Knowledge of Plastics – Waukesha Stem Academy
Right: 
Roger Tamsen Memorial Award- Best use of Plastics – St Sebastian School – Milwaukee

Feb
5
Tue
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR MILWAUKEE SPE MEMBERS from TDMAW Talent Resources for Wisconsin Manufacturers @ Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Park Place
Feb 5 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The Tool and Die Association is extending an invite to this event to all SPE members to attend this Talent Resources for Wisconsin Manufacturers!  Come hear what the experts have to say about talent resources available to manufacturers – available to YOU – at the TDMAW February 5th, 2019 Dinner Meeting

AGENDA:
Vincent Rice, Vice President of Sector Strategy Development at Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC). Vincent will discuss Wiscnsin’s strategy for small to medium sized manufacturing companies.
Susan Koehn, Director, Talent Initiatives at Milwaukee 7. Susan will discuss How employers can engage in the talent pipeline in the “here,” “near,” and “far” to produce benefits for individual companies, the manufacturing industry, and the region overall.
Scott Jansen, Executive Vice President/COO of Employ Milwaukee. Scott will discuss talent making and sourcing options for an advancing manufacturing sector.
On the Menu:
Choice of
1. Vegetarian option – Chef’s Choice
2. Slow Roasted Short Rib and Marinated Seared Chicken with Chimichurri Sauce, Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes & Vegetables
Cost to Attend:
Standard Registration Rate: $40 per person after January 23, 2019
Meeting Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM
REGISTER by Following this link: https://www.tdmaw.org/event-3155409

Feb
19
Tue
Milwaukee SPE Technical Event, Industry 4.0 for Plastic Processors: February 19 @ Brookfield Sheraton
Feb 19 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Milwaukee SPE Technical Event, Industry 4.0 for Plastic Processors: February 19 @ Brookfield Sheraton

SPE MKE Event: Industry 3.0 to Industry 4.0 – The Plastic Processors Journey Feb. 19th
5:30 pm – Sheraton Brookfield

Industrialization has been broken down into four distinct generations, each one marked by a significant change in technology.  Industry 4.0, or I4.0, is the marking of the fourth generation.  Most US manufacturers that have managed to stay in business through 2008 – or that have defended against offshoring over the past decades – have probably adopted automation to some extent.  That is so I3.0.  Those of us who have engaged in Foxconn supply chain conversation have probably learned of their I4.0 expectations.  If you find yourself wanting or needing to learn more about what’s possible or what’s in store for our industry, please join the Milwaukee SPE on February 19, 2019 when Arburg talks about I4.0 for plastic processors at the Sheraton Brookfield.  We hope to see you there!

 

Sheraton Brookfield
375 S Moorland Rd
Brookfield, WI 53005

AGENDA:

5:30 Registration and Socialize
6:00 Dinner
6:30 Presentation