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Six Sigma Featured at Manufacturing Conference

Published: Wednesday, October 6, 2004 - 21:00

Planners for a January manufacturing, design and plastics exposition will feature the use of Six Sigma to enhance these industries.

It will be the first time planners of shows (the exposition is made up of five similar trade shows held simultaneously in the Anaheim Convention Center) will so thoroughly segment the conference sessions, in an effort to direct attendees to the topics most applicable to them. “New Technologies for Achieving Lean and Sigma Goals,” is one of 30 sessions that will be offered at the event.

The show will be held Jan. 10-12 and is produced and managed by Canon Communications LLC. For more information, visit www.canontradeshows.com.


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