Paarl-based fabrication and manufacturing specialists, Fabrinox, invites you to visit its facilities for its open days from 19 – 20 May 2016. The Fabrinox Open Day is a must, with a speaker’s program sure to engage multiple industries and the chance to see the latest manufacturing technologies at work, and network with industry partners.
This event offers the company the opportunity to present its latest technological investments to the local business community, with the support of the companies that supplied them, while offering manufacturers and OEMs that are active in the global market an opportunity to network and engage with stakeholders across the supply chain.
“Visitors will experience the very latest manufacturing technologies, working in a fully integrated manufacturing process,” promises Fabrinox MD Andre Visser.
Guest speakers will touch on topics including:
- A fresh approach to BEE
- Effective manufacturing design, incorporating latest technology
- Material lifecycle costing for sustainable product development
- Establishing and maintaining a high performance business culture
- Supporting the ‘Decade of the Artisan’
- With factory tours and the company’s valued suppliers exhibiting at the event, visitors are sure to engage with the very best the Cape business community has to offer.
The event is open to the entire manufacturing community, and will be of particular interest to OEMs, local and multi-national companies working across Africa.
“We manufacture for a cross section of local and multinational companies that service most industries. We would like to show the community how they can access the latest technology and the highest level of skilled workmanship without the expense these investments necessitate,” says Retief Scheepers, Sales Manager for the company.
It is not just about the technology and high-end networking though, it is about exchanging ideas and knowledge across the board, according to Shirzade Osman, Sales Sub-Assembly Manager.
“We would like to meet people from all levels of the business, by interacting face-to-face we build better relationships, improve skills and can collaborate to make sure that we design and manufacture the best quality products at competitive pricing,” Osman says.
Always sensitive to the fact that time is a scarce resource, Fabrinox will ensure that there is a wifi enabled workspace for its visitors, ensuring that they can get the best out of the open days while still being contactable.
“The core of the Fabrinox business is that we see ourselves as an extension of your facilities,” says Heidi Kotze, Marketing manager for Fabrinox. “By engaging with the business community we ensure that we are able to offer the best service to our clients, and by building strong relationships within the sector we can stand together and promote local manufacturing to local and global markets alike.”