TBA

JHB Expo Centre, Nasrec

SHOW TIMES

9:00 to 17:00 Daily

Machine Tools Africa Theatre Seminar Programme

21 - 24 May 2024

SAFETY - LATEST TRENDS - PINNACLE

Time

10h00 – 10h30

Topic

The invisible dilemma – exploring the effects of hearing loss

Description

Noise does not only affect your hearing but can influence your whole being. Let us explore the influence of noise in your work and everyday life

Speaker name & Bio

Ms Katri Mulder– Audiologist - H.A.S.S. Group. Katri is an Audiologist and training facilitator with the Eduplex Training Institute Katri has been with Eduplex Training Institute since March 2022. Previous to that she spent 5 years with A van der Merwe Inc. as a Clinical Audiologist doing diagnostic audiology assessments and management on adults as well as children. Katri spent her Community Service at the Department of Health: Pelonomi Tertiary Hospital as an audiologist doing diagnostic audiology assessments and management on adults as well as children including aural rehabilitation therapy at Carel du Toit Centre in Bloemfontein.

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Time

10h45 – 11h15

Topic

Machine & Tool Safety | Why PPE is the last resort

Description

A look into the world of systems approach to Occupational Health & Safety Procedures with a focus on developing safe behaviours, working environments, and monitoring strategies, that become the frontline of Risk Management. The focus will be on Safety, Health & Ergonomic Factors.

Speaker name & Bio

Chris Coetzee, director and owner of OHSS Consulting which has been in operation since 2017 specialising in safety management systems as well as internal training development programs for companies.

With over 10 years of experience in Occupational Health & Safety and accredited in ISO9001, ISO 14001, ISO45001 as well as being a lead SHERQ manager and auditor, his focus is on sustainable systems that are developed to change the behaviour of safety.

Chris has completed a Level 6 NQF NEBOSH International Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety Management, a fully-integrated ISO Management Course in ISO9001 | ISO 14001 | ISO 45001 and his ISO 19011 Auditor Course.

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Time

11h30 – 12h00

Topic

Safety Culture & Safety Climate: Which comes first?

Description

Safety culture and safety climate are distinct yet interconnected concepts. Understanding their relationship is akin to grappling with the age-old "Chicken or the Egg" dilemma; which precedes the other, and how do they influence each other? The presentation will aim to define safety culture, how it differs from safety climate, and whether the difference is theoretical. Furthermore, we will delve into the factors that shape both safety culture and climate, proposing effective methodologies for their assessment and management. The role of managers, supervisors, and employees in achieving a safe culture and climate will also be highlighted.

Speaker name & Bio

Johann Kruger – Simpology Group CEO. Johann is a skilled and experienced senior Project Manager that is passionate about system technology and process optimization in general. He thrives on overcoming challenges and is highly delivery focused. He has been involved in related projects in mainly the natural resources, metals and other engineering sectors for more than 20 years during which time he developed into a strong team player with natural leadership ability. His degree in Metallurgical Engineer and deep skills in Industrial Process Optimization and Knowledge Management makes him a specialist in the selection, design, implementation and integration of Advanced Control, Operational Management Information and Process Optimization Systems.

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Time

12h15 – 12h45

Topic

Vetting LMIs (Lifting Machine Inspectors) and LMEs (Lifting Machine Entities)

Description

Speaker name & Bio

Kyle Graham – Director – LEEASA. Kyle is a multiskilled marketing director with an in-depth knowledge and passion for business and the lifting industry. He has a Bachelor of Commerce, Marketing Degree with Cum Laude from Varsity College. Kyle is a true entrepreneur and has the ability to understand and comprehend complex business scenarios which enables him to formulate business strategies to ensure the best performance.
He has in-depth knowledge of legal legislation, technical standards and the running of the lifting industry. His goal is to formalize the lifting industry again and ensure risks are mitigated on site and safety is never compromised on.

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Time

13h00 – 13h30

Topic

Digital document and compliance management for Health and Safety

Description

Managing compliance can be a daunting and tedious task, that could take away the attention of safety personnel away from performing crucial on-site preventative actions. Moving your safety files to a cloud based digital document management system could save cost and assist in preventing the distractions, with real-time reporting of compliance a definite advantage

Speaker name & Bio

Steven Jeffery – Strategic Business Development Manager – Saryx Engineering Group. Steven has been active in the Manufacturing Industry space for more than 40 years in position ranging from maintenance and technical support to Project Management and Business Management. At this time of enabling digital technology, his focus is helping companies understand how to best use technology to collaborate and share information effectively and securely.

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Time

13h45 – 14h15

Topic

Engineering Solutions & Simulation Technology, Engineering Design & Analysis and Training & Engineering Knowledge Transfer.

Description

Zak will discuss the benefits and competitive advantages of using engineering simulation software and virtual prototyping in manufacturing. Highlighting key advantages like reduced scrap rates, time to market and overall costs, SIMTEQ Engineering’s manufacturing portfolio provides engineers and manufacturers with the tools to increase innovation and competitiveness in an ever-changing economic global climate. The presentation will focus on educating manufacturing businesses on digital technologies and how it can increase local manufacturing capability on a global scale.

Speaker name & Bio

Zak Fourie, Senior Engineer, SIMTEQ Engineering. Zak Fourie graduated as Mechanical Engineer from the North-West University Potchefstroom campus in 2013. He finished his master’s degree while working part-time as a research assistant and a Red Bull Student Ambassador. He started his professional career in the aerospace industry at Aerosud. He was involved in the innovation and development of AHRLAC aircraft. Structural analysis and mission systems integration was his main responsibilities in the fast-paced, dynamic environment. He was exposed to a various and advanced design and manufacturing processes which were also used by global organizations like Airbus and Boeing. Zak always had a passion for Formula 1, aerospace and Computer-Aided-Engineering. After the AHRLAC project, he was employed by SIMTEQ Engineering, the local business partner of Hexagon MSC Software, to build his knowledge in engineering design and simulation technology. He is currently responsible for the business development and education of using simulation tools to solve engineering and manufacturing challenges. Ignoring all the buzz-words and hype of the mainstream media, Zak and the SIMTEQ Engineering team are dedicated engineers that specialize in simulation technology to give manufacturing businesses the competitive edge when it comes to engineering design and innovative solutions.

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SUSTAINABILITY/INNOVATION

Time

10h00 – 10h30

Topic

Responsible Lubricants.

Description

Used lubricating oils represent a serious problem for both the environment and human health due to the presence of highly harmful contaminants. Existing environmental legislation as well as the introduction of the EPR scheme for the lubricants sector in late 2023, seeks to further address this negative impact in South Africa.
Irene will give an overview of the used lubricating oil industry, the implications of EPR for end-users, and will discuss the immense benefits of true recycling to both the economy and environment which can lead to real sustainability within the South African lubricants industry.

Speaker name & Bio

Irene von Knoblauch-Dreyer is the Managing Director of Flexilube, a leading lubricants and metalworking fluid manufacturer founded in 1984. Irene holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Psychology from Rhodes University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration from Wits Business School. She started her career in 2000, working as an associate in the crisis management and corporate communications team at Burson-Marsteller London, where she ran numerous incident-based simulations and programs for a variety of international FMCG companies. These programmes were directed at helping corporate management handle major crises; including product failures, international recalls, strikes, difficult restructuring and product tampering. She also implemented pan-European media outreach programmes which included the training of senior executives, in conjunction with leading broadcast journalists, in a ‘live studio’ environment. Upon returning to South Africa in 2005, she joined Flexilube as a management trainee, working for the Commercial Director. Over the following four years, she underwent an intensive training programme where she worked in each business unit gaining valuable insight into the operational, commercial, technical and sales aspects of the South African lubricants industry. In 2009, she became General Manager and together with her management team was tasked with implementing strategies to further innovate, grow and develop the business and Flexilube brand in South Africa. Since then, the company has seen significant growth and the focus on sustainability, quality and innovation has led to the launch of a number of first-to-market products and services. Now, entering its 40th year of operation, Flexilube’s market leading product range, specialist technical expertise as well as value-added services continue to make a meaningful impact to each of their customers’ unique manufacturing requirements.

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Time

10h45 – 11h15

Topic

Evaporator Technology – An efficient process to treat industrial waste water

Description

One of the key sustainability challenges of various machining processes is the treatment of the coolant / water waste. Water Solutions and Innovations has successfully researched and developed the Evaporator technology in South Africa. The locally produced Evaporator has already been successfully implemented at various EOM’s and Tier 1 suppliers both in South Africa and globally.

Speaker name & Bio

Stephan du Toit - Technical Director at Water Solutions and Innovations (Pty) Ltd. Stephan du Toit is a mechanical engineer with extensive experience in automated systems. He is a qualified tribologist which has allowed him to have significant exposure to the engineering sector. He was intricately involved in the research, development and manufacture of Evaporators for both the local and international market.

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Time

11h30 – 12h00

Topic

Advancing Africa's Manufacturing Landscape: The Power of Additive Manufacturing

Description

The talk will highlight the transformative role of Additive Manufacturing (AM) in Africa. Introducing the different AM technologies and how the various technologies are reshaping the continent's industrial landscape, driving innovation, and propelling economic development. Through real-world examples and forward-looking insights, the potential of AM to transform manufacturing processes and secure Africa's manufacturing supply chains will be emphasised.

Speaker name & Bio

Dr Devon Hagedorn-Hansen - Managing Director of HH Industries and Multitrade 3D Systems. Dr Devon Hagedorn-Hansen holds a PhD in Industrial Engineering from Stellenbosch University with a focus on Additive Manufacturing with Laser Powder Bed Fusion. He has over 13 years of experience with various 3D printing technologies and a high level of expertise and project exposure in Additive Manufacturing for the aerospace, medical, oil & gas, and tooling industries. He has established a good reputation in the field of Laser Powder Bed Fusion which is recognised both locally and internationally through various projects, collaborations, publications, conferences, social media, and technology transfer packages. He has educated and trained hundreds of students and clients around Additive Manufacturing and is the Founder and Managing Director of HH Industries as well as a founding member of Multitrade 3D Systems. He has a passion for 3D Printing in Africa and actively tracks all the major events happening on the continent with the goal of industrialising Africa, one layer at a time.

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Time

12h15 – 12h45

Topic

Technological advancements of Metalworking fluids

Description

Chemical Solutions and Innovations will present how the implementation of REACH improves the protection of both human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals. And how Quaker Houghton has been at the forefront of this research and development, producing new technology products that have approvals in the Aeronautics, Engineering and Automotive sectors.

Speaker name & Bio

Dr Eric Hoffmann - Managing Director – Chemical Solutions and Innovations. Dr Hoffman has been intricately involved in the Metalworking industry for two decades. He has extensive knowledge on research and development of metalworking fluids and the implementation of REACH. In conjunction with Quaker Houghton, Dr Hoffmann has been instrumental in introducing product changes into the South African market in keeping with global changes introduced legislatively

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Time

13h00 – 13h30

Topic

Stainless Steel as a Sustainable Material

Description

Selecting the most appropriate material for component manufacture can have a significant impact on the environmental footprint of an installation. High recycled content, long service life and excellent recycling potential make Stainless Steel a sustainable choice in challenging environments.

Speaker name & Bio

Douw Gangel, Environmental Manager, Columbus Stainless & Pierre Rootman, Commercial Manager, Columbus Stainless Douw Gangel is the Environmental Manager of Columbus Stainless, South Africa’s and Africa’s only producer of stainless steel flat products. He started his career at PPC Cement in Pretoria, fulfilling roles in quality assurance and process engineering before moving to the Raw Materials Section of Columbus Stainless in 2004. After 13 years of raw materials quality and production management, he took on the role of Environmental Manager as part of the SHE Department. Douw completed his BTech in Chemical Engineering at the Tshwane University of Technology and BTech (Quality) at Unisa.

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Time

13h45 – 14h15

Topic

Linking Generation Z, productivity and automation

Description

The shortage of skilled workers is the global problem for our customers, while at the same time our future, Generation-Z, shows little interest in the machining industry.

This presentation will show how Technology & Automation solves exactly these problems and ensures more productivity and more fun at work at the same time.

Speaker name & Bio

Frank Keller - Sales Director - Automation and Technology - Hermle Frank oversees global sales of Automation & Technology, sales talent development and market strategy. With prior experience in project sales, key account management & business development, he achieved significant customer growth and successfully launched projects globally. Through the years, he expanded the sales network and implemented effective business strategies to drive customer success.

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Time

14h30 – 15h00

Topic

The Surprising Potential for Precision Manufacturing in South Africa

Description

Despite many challenges that we are all too familiar with regarding manufacturing in South Africa, this presentation seeks to highlight several critical success factors that are present in this country and offer surprising potential for competitive precision manufacturing in South Africa.
Some of these factors include;
1. Abundant human resources, with the right work ethic – if the employer is ready to invest.
2. Our Diversity is richness – harness it.
3. Harmony between employer and employee is achievable.
4. Employee’s need your help – embrace it, it’s a good thing for competitiveness. It is my hope that this will help you to better grasp, and perhaps even see for the first time, the potential that we so often miss right in front of us every day.

Speaker name & Bio

Allan Conolly – Managing Director – SOMTA Tools. Allan has been with SOMTA Tools for 21 years and as a person who believes deeply that manufacturing is the cornerstone for an economy to thrive and create employment and opportunity, Allan says he is privileged to be a part of a company that shares this philosophy – and seeks to grow manufacturing in South Africa. Of course, excellence and competitiveness are key; his focus is to bring all these elements together to show how successful Africans can be at making product for ourselves and the rest of the world.

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SKILLS DAY

Time

10h00 – 10h30

Topic

Future trends in engineering training for South Africa and the African continent.

Description

Speaker name & Bio

Dr Sean Douglas Jones – CEO – Artisan Training Institute. Sean begun his career at African Explosives and Chemical Industries (AECI) in 1992. After leaving corporate employment, he consulted to industry in business strategy and strategic human resources management.

In 2007, Sean became a shareholder and CEO at the Artisan Training Institute (ATI). At the time of purchase the company employed 17 staff. Since 2007 the company has grown to employ 192 employees across three sites situated in Gauteng, Kimberley, and Kwa-Zulu Natal. ATI have built a reputation for providing quality engineering skills, training more than 2 000 engineering apprentices per annum. ATI have worked extensively in other African countries including Madagascar, Zambia, DRC, and Ghana.

Sean completed his PhD through the Gordon Institute of Business Science (2020), and his MBA through Cardiff University – Wales (1998).

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Time

10h45 – 11h15

Topic

Slashing Time and Risk - The Immediate Benefits of Additive Manufacturing

Description

In an era where innovation and efficiency in manufacturing are paramount, the industry has undergone a significant transformation, led by the advent and integration of 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing (AM). Gone are the days when AM was relegated to the realm of prototyping and small-scale models in sub-par materials. Today, through manufacturing tooling and production parts alike, additive manufacturing has emerged as a formidable force, revolutionizing how we think about production, design, capital expenditure, risk, and supply chain management across diverse sectors. Furthermore, adoption in South Africa has grown considerably in the past few years, amassing a wave of innovation and competitive advantage.

Speaker name & Bio

Nik Ivanovic – General Manager – Akhani 3D – Nik has been with Akhani 3D since August 2021 and his main responsibility is project management, business administration, budgeting, strategy, business development, application engineering, design optimisation, 3D scanning, consulting, training and application development in additive manufacturing. Previous to that he was with Monocle Solutions. Nik has a BSc Eng Mech and a MSc Engineering from Wits University.

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Time

11h30 – 12h00

Topic

Is CNC Machining really important for the global industry and education?

Description

Speaker name & Bio

Gernoth Dolinar served his Apprenticeship in Austria as Tool & Die maker and Machine Technician in 1982. He then got into CNC Machining and worked as CNC Machinist and as CNC Apprenticeship Trainer in the Industry. At WorldSkills he soon became Chief Expert for CNC Turning, the leader of the Skill-Competition. In 2005 he moved back to Austria, where he trained an managed an Apprenticeship Program for Tool & Die Making and Material-Engineering. He also trained and prepared Austrian Students for CNC Turning, CNC Milling and Polymechanics, and managed Skills Preparation for CAD, Industrial Electronics and Industry 4.0 Students – many of them with Medal-Success.

At the WorldSkills Level he took 2015 the position of Skills Competition Manager for CNC Turning …. And has been responsible for international CNC Turning competitions since 2001 ( 23 years )

As skill competition manager he cannot be involved in any direct training and preparation of any CNC Competitor anymore, but is responsible for all WorldSkills Skill-Preparation and execution of the competition.

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Time

12h15 – 12h45

Topic

The impact of Worldskills competitions on the training of specialists for mechanical engineering

Description

The presentation will explain how Worldskills competition develops local educational institutions to train teachers, get new industrial solutions, learn new technologies, motivate young generation and teachers to focus on skills. In the end it improves the quality of educational process and starts to strongly influence the development of industry and economy growth of the country in total.

Speaker name & Bio

Ilia Tonkikh - Educational Project Manager at DMG MORI Academy. Ilia studied at the Moscow State Technical University obtaining an engineering degree in Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation (MSTU MIREA) with a Specialty in microelectronics and solid-state electronics. Since 2007 Ilia has completed different courses in European companies working on complex CNC equipment, maintenance of CNC equipment, lean production, courses on effective management and etc. He has been with DMG MORI Academy GmbH since 2011. Previously, he was an Engineer in the mechanical engineering faculty in Bauman Moscow State Technical University.

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Time

13h00 – 13h30

Topic

Raising standards in apprenticeships and technical education to attract more learners

Description

Through Mitutoyo’s online Learning Management System, Mitutoyo offers self-paced eLearning courses available whenever and wherever you need them. Mitutoyo Corporation has produced high-quality products using leading-edge technologies, and at the same time has promoted continuous education in Metrology so that anyone interested in the theory or application of measuring instruments may further develop his or her interest.

Speaker name & Bio

Aurelio-Grech Cumbo – CEO – RGC Engineering Experienced Chief Executive Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the machinery industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Operations Management, Management, Continuous Improvement, and Manufacturing Engineering. Strong business development professional with a Metrologist focused in Metrology from University of Witwatersrand, Pretoria College for Adv.Tech.Education, Tech Services Dept./NPRL CSIR.

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Time

13h45 – 14h15

Topic

Developments of mechatronic systems for metal cutting and machine forming tools

Description

The importance of skilled Mechatronics employees and current developments of mechatronic systems for metal cutting and machine forming tools, the integration of mechatronic modules to machine tools and their interaction with manufacturing processes

Speaker name & Bio

Astrid Straussner is the Managing Director of Polytech Africa. Astrid has been with Polytech Africa since January 2015 and is responsible for turnkey consulting and projects with the Industrial Automation industry as well as running the Polytech-Africa Mechatronics Academy. Astrid holds the following qualifications: MSc - Master of Science and Technology of Education, Specialisation in Technology; B. Tech degree and a National Higher Diploma: Education Engineering Diploma: Light current - Electronics N6 Certificate: Light current – Electronics. She is a member of the SAIMC as well as SACE.

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Time

14h30 – 15h00

Topic

Training of young people in South Africa to make them successful in the trades and IT world.

Description

Sol-Tech is a private vocational training college that prepares young people excellently for their future. Sol-Tech offers various qualifications in the trades, IT and many more that ensure students of an employable future.

Speaker name & Bio

Tiaan van Heerden - Lecturer: Fitter & Turner - Sol-Tech. Tiaan has been with Sol-Tech since March 2022 as a lecturer. Before joining Sol-Tech he was a CNC Programmer / Turner with the Wamechsi Group for four years. From March 2014 until February 2017, he was employed at Aberdare Cables as a turner where he gained experience by working on a lathe, milling machine, spark eroder, cylindrical grinding and on a surface grinder. He also worked on a CNC milling machine where he programmed and operated the machine.

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SOUTH AFRICA DAY – A SPOTLIGHT ON LOCAL COMPANIES

Time

10h00 – 10h30

Topic

The case of on-site machining

Description

On-site machining is an industry that focuses on using portable machine tools, which are utilized in plants, factories, facilities, and other industries, as opposed to machining in conventional workshops. Conventional workshops utilize center lathes, milling machines, drilling machines, surface grinders, and other such machines. These machines are stationed within these conventional workshops, and components or parts are stripped and removed from remote plants, factories, facilities, and other industries, where they are then transported to workshops for repairs and maintenance. The interventions of on site machining and portable machine tools for repairs and maintenance bring savings in time and money through the reduction of downtime. The presentation explores the case studies of on site machining and how these interventions have had impact in various industries.

Speaker name & Bio

Nkosana Ncaba – Managing Director - Total Onsite Machining Solutions. Nkosana Ncaba is an on site machining specialist with over 17 years of experience from starting his career at Eskom Rotek Industries to later being a co-founder of a company known as Total Onsite Machining Solutions. He heads Total Onsite Machining Solutions a company that specialises in the use of portable machine tools, offering on site machining solutions within the country and continent. Nkosana actively engages with industry peers and professionals through platforms like LinkedIn, where he shares where he shares insights on onsite machining processes and their potential to transform various industries. He is registered with the Engineering Council of South Africa as a Professional Engineering Technologist and is currently a PhD Candidate at the University of Johannesburg. He is a seasoned professional and experienced having worked for the public and private sector to now heading a business.

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Time

10h45 – 11h15

Topic

The South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering Overview

Description

SAIMechE is the senior body representing the discipline of mechanical and mechatronics engineering in South Africa. It covers all fields of application as diverse as automobile, energy generation, process engineering, heavy manufacture, design, management, research, mining and education. SAIMechE is over a century old and originated as the South African Association of Engineers and Architects, established in 1892. SAIMechE is a recognized voluntary association by ECSA in terms of section 25 of the Act for Mechanical Engineers, Technologists and Technicians that have access to various grades of membership and the associated benefits.

Speaker name & Bio

Uncel Mhelembe – Chief Executive Officer SAIMechE. Uncel graduated with a BTech in Mechanical Engineering from the Vaal University of Technology and did not stop there. He holds an MEng in Mechanical Engineering from the University of the Witwatersrand, an MBA from North-west University and a Government Certificate of Competency for Mechanical Engineers. He is registered as a Pr Tech Eng and Pr Cert Eng with the Engineering Council of South Africa as well as a registered member of the South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering (MSAIMechE). Uncel worked at Eskom Rotek Industries as a Design/Works Engineer. Furthermore, He was appointed by Wärtsilä as a Mechanical Engineer and held GMR2(1) appointment for the Sasol Gas Engine Power Plant (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction), before starting his own consulting engineering company. Through his company, he held GMR2(1) responsibilities for various municipalities and worked on various government and municipality projects as well as the private sector. Currently, Uncel is employed as a Chief Executive Officer for the South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering. He is responsible for attaining SAIMechE strategic objectives and serving the interests of SAIMechE members.

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Time

11h30 – 12h00

Topic

Flexilube (Pty) Ltd – Your trusted lubricant partner.

Description

A leading manufacturer of metalworking fluids, industrial and automotive lubricants with a unique 70 year & three generation heritage in South Africa.

Speaker name & Bio

Irene von Knoblauch-Dreyer is the Managing Director of Flexilube, a leading lubricants and metalworking fluid manufacturer founded in 1984. Irene holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Psychology from Rhodes University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration from Wits Business School. She started her career in 2000, working as an associate in the crisis management and corporate communications team at Burson-Marsteller London, where she ran numerous incident-based simulations and programs for a variety of international FMCG companies. These programmes were directed at helping corporate management handle major crises; including product failures, international recalls, strikes, difficult restructuring and product tampering. She also implemented pan-European media outreach programmes which included the training of senior executives, in conjunction with leading broadcast journalists, in a ‘live studio’ environment. Upon returning to South Africa in 2005, she joined Flexilube as a management trainee, working for the Commercial Director. Over the following four years, she underwent an intensive training programme where she worked in each business unit gaining valuable insight into the operational, commercial, technical and sales aspects of the South African lubricants industry. In 2009, she became General Manager and together with her management team was tasked with implementing strategies to further innovate, grow and develop the business and Flexilube brand in South Africa. Since then, the company has seen significant growth and the focus on sustainability, quality and innovation has led to the launch of a number of first-to-market products and services. Now, entering its 40th year of operation, Flexilube’s market leading product range, specialist technical expertise as well as value-added services continue to make a meaningful impact to each of their customers’ unique manufacturing requirements.

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Time

12h15 – 12h45

Topic

RGC Engineering, Your Partner in Precision Inspection

Description

Speaker name & Bio

Christiaan du Preez - Quality Solutions Technical Engineer - RGC Engineering & Gerhard du Plooy - Sales & Technical Solution Specialist - RGC Engineering

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Time

13h00 – 13h30

Topic

Mitutoyo’s 2-way communication with ID-C NX series indicators

Description

Speaker name & Bio

Andrew Southwell - OEM Sales Specialist - Mitutoyo UK Ltd

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