Atlanta MBDA Staff to Represent North American Manufacturers in Europe at FormNext 2019

The Atlanta MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center staff will join 28,000 attendees from 32 countries in Europe at the International FormNext 2019 Conference to learn about the new trends in additive manufacturing processes, innovative production technologies and industrial 3D printing.  

The goal is to connect with experts from a wide range of sectors, including the automotive, aerospace, mechanical engineering, medical technology and electrical engineering industries.

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Donna Ennis, Director of the Atlanta MBDA Centers, Anthony Jackson, Group President of Tag Holdings, and a counsel of others will represent minority business enterprise (MBE) manufacturers based in North America who are interested in supplying their products globally. The group also plans to meet with manufacturers and tour companies in Poland and France.

Additive manufacturing is one of the biggest trends in the manufacturing industry and the MBDA is committed to exposing MBEs to the global opportunities in this sector as well as providing the training and education for MBEs to compete in this space.

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