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Cluster conference 2020

Welcome to Production Cluster's annual Conference on September 30 - October 1, 2020! At this meeting place for production technology in Sweden we will present research results from current production engineering projects, all of which are important elements for strengthening Sweden's continued success as an industrial nation. We look forward to a very well attended meeting place!

Welcome to register

Day 1 - September 30

Responsible for the day: Anna Davidsson, Volvo Cars and Johan Svenningstorp, Volvo Group Trucks Operations

Topics: 

  • Production Management,
  • Joining
  • Component Manufacture
  • Logistics
  • Assembly
  • Forming
  • Digital Manufacturing
  • Sustainability

Plenary: 

Sustainable production
Mats Torring, Stena MetallIs

Is sustainable production a competitive advantage globally?
Moderator: Jenny Bramell, IUC Sverige, Programrådets Ordförande, FFI Hållbar Produktion

Pernilla Walkenström, RISE and Strategy Board för produktionsklustren: Staffan Vidén, AB Volvo, Lars-Henrik Jörnving, Scania CV AB, Jens Wårdell, Volvo Cars, Peter Bryntesson, FKG

Day 2 - October 1

Responsible for the day: Mariam Nafisi, Scania CV AB and Peter Bryntesson, Fordonskomponentgruppen

Topics: 

  • Digital Manufacturing
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Graphene - from lab to industry
  • Digitalisation of value chains
  • Component Manufacture
  • Surface Treatment
  • Geometry & Quality
  • Education in co-operation: Academy-Industry

Plenary: 

Sustainable production
Peter Löfgren, ABB

Aligning business and design logics for a circular economy
Thomas Nyström and Peter Algurén, RISE

Organisers

The conference is organised by the production clusters together with leading R&D organisations in Sweden. Main organisers are the automotive industry in Sweden in collaboration with the Vehicle Components Group, RISE, Production2030 and FFI Sustainable Production.

Our vision is to develop economically and environmentally sustainable manufacturing systems that are capable of effectively supplying the market with innovative products of the future. For this purpose, the Swedish automotive industry has initiated a structure for coordination of research and development - The Swedish Manufacturing R&D Clusters.

Program committee

  • Anna Davidsson, Volvo Cars
  • Mariam Nafisi, Scania CV
  • Johan Svenningstorp, Volvo Group Trucks Operations
  • Peter Bryntesson, FKG
  • Boel Wadman, RISE
  • Carina Egeman, RISE

We look forward to seeing you!


Information about the event

Date: September 30 - October 1, 2020

Place: Digital

Price: Free of charge

Last application date: September 22

For questions regarding content, please contact: johan.svenningstorp@volvo.com

Contact - practical information