Today is the final day to take advantage of early bird registration savings for upcoming conferences hosted by the Motor & Equipment Remanufacturers Association (MERA) and the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, taking place Sept. 24-26 at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, N.Y.
Both conferences are intended for senior executives engaged in remanufacturing and sustainability.
Key panel discussions and speakers include:
"Leading and Managing Dynamic Change in the Remanufacturing Industry"
* Kim Goering, remanufacturing manager, Ford Motor Co.
* Odd Joergenrud, regional president, Automotive Aftermarket North America, Robert Bosch LLC
* Sanjiv Khurana, president, Detroit Diesel Remanufacturing
* Jay Robie, CEO, Phoenix Group Metals Companies
"Creating Value in Remanufacturing Companies"
* Peter Butterfield, chairman and CEO, Omega Environmental Technologies
* Jim Penman, managing director, Donnelly, Penman & Partners
*Al Wilkie, president, Knopf Automotive
"Industry Outlook and Insight"
* Paul Traub, business economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
* Jeff Canty, director, Automotive Strategic Partners, Experian Automotive
* Bryan Funke, director, Sales & Client Services, IHS Automotive
"Remanufacturing and the Circular Economy"
* Mark Buckley, vice president, Environmental Affairs, Staples Inc.
* Dr. Nabil Nasr, associate provost and director of the Golisano Institute for Sustainability, Rochester Institute of Technology
* Shawn Zwicker, general manager, ReCon Europe and Joint Ventures, Cummins Inc.
Keynote addresses will be delivered by:
* Duncan Nierderauer, former CEO, New York Stock Exchange
* Robert Paternoga, general manager, Global Remanufacturing, Caterpillar Inc.