You are invited to connect at The Victorian Vernier Society monthly meeting is on Thursday the 8th February at Kooyong Tennis Club:
Andrew Lamb, Production Director at Magefekt
Magefekt facilitates commercialisation of energy efficient technology solutions
Andrew has spent more than 20 years in Automotive Quality, Warranty and recovery of failed designs and manufacturing processes. Has both consulted for and worked in a number of organisations including Bosch, General Motors, Cordis Biosynthetics, BHP Research (on second generation forging steels), BAE, the Australian Submarine Corporation, plus Aurora research and manufacturing. Andrew has been active in manufacturing crisis management, trouble shooting on manufacturing processes in Australia, China, Korea, USA and Europe.
After moving from the Automotive Industry, Andrew set up Magefekt with Monash Academic Max Coulthard and GMH Engineering Manager David Treanor. Magefekt combines the lessons from Solar Car development and traveling the world of automotive manufacturing to produce cutting edge batteries, solar power solutions and through its partner, REA and range of industrial scale solar and battery solutions.
Andrew has extensively researched batteries and battery systems failure and is a leading authority on applied battery systems. Andrew has spoken to a range of diverse group at Swinburne Uni, Melbourne Uni, Michelin Challenge Bibendum Automotive Conference (shanghai), plus running GMH training on lean manufacturing in China and Korea.
The event will be held, at Kooyong Tennis Club from 12.30 onwards. Members are encouraged to bring along business colleagues and associates to what will be another great opportunity to support Australian Manufacturing, and network with industry leaders.
The Vernier Promise!
At Vernier you will:
• Connect and Network with business leaders
• Associate with people who share your interests
• Gain insights and knowledge from authoritive keynote speakers
• Develop and grow your leadership and business prospects
• Promote the sustainability of the Australian manufacturing industry