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Christophe Gaysse, Global Strategic Account Manager for automated leather cutting machinery and equipment makers, Lectra will be one of the speakers at the ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain Conference in Shanghai in September 2.
His presentation, “How automating automotive leather cutting can improve margins”, will demonstrate how operators in the automotive leather supply chain can optimise the full area of each hide and avoid defects and rejections.
His presentation will be of particular interest to automotive tanners, OEMs, and Tier-1 suppliers that want to get the best possible cutting yield from their leathers.
Christophe Gaysse joins, Valerio Garcia Leather Team Leader, Faurecia Interior Systems and Florian Schrey, Director of Design Europe for GST Seton Autoleather and Paul Pearson, General Secretary of the International Council of Tanners who will also be key speakers at the conference.
The half-day (afternoon) conference will take place at the prestigious five-star Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel in the Pudong district of Shanghai. The timing and the location of the conference has been specifically chosen to be located opposite the Shanghai New International Exhibition Centre (SNIEC), the venue for the All China Leather Exhibition (ACLE), which takes place September 3-5.
Online delegate registration now open
Further information and online registration can be found by clicking on the link below.
The ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain conference is organised by International Leather Maker (ILM) and is sponsored by National Beef, Lectra and Trumpler. BASF and APLF Ltd are also supporters of the event.
Further speakers and topics from across the automotive leather supply chain will be announced by ILM over the coming weeks. For further information and delegate registration click on the link: ILM Automotive Leather Supply Chain Conference or email: Maria Wallace, firstname.lastname@example.org