Smart Manufacturing Week 2023

Smart Manufacturing Week

6-9 June 2023

Week Agenda

8-9 June 2023

Manufacturing company visits

  • Fanuc (Echternach)
  • IEE (Echternach)
  • Gradel (Hautcharage)
  • Avery Dennison (Rodange) 
  • LIST/SCMM (Hautcharage)
Registrations are now closed!

2023 Smart Manufacturing Week

To fully embrace and deal with sustainability challenges, manufacturing companies require operational and strategic business capabilities.
The sixth edition of the cross-sector event is based on the sustainability framework and will examine key areas, ranging from high-level business actions to operational workflows, where companies can innovate to improve production processes and reduce their environmental footprint. 
To create truly sustainable and smart factories, innovation across the manufacturing value chain is essential. The Smart Manufacturing Week 2023 features a dedicated high-level and technical programme that explores sustainability and efficiency in manufacturing from a practical business standpoint. During the four-day programme, companies will discover innovative ways to reduce the environmental impact of their manufacturing processes, while minimising costs and increasing their competitiveness.  

The 6 business functions of the sustainability framework will be addressed: 
  • Strategy, governance and compliance
  • Human resources
  • Production of goods or services
  • Purchase and procurement
  • Infrastructure
  • Support functions
A special day will be set aside to discuss key construction industry trends and sustainable solutions to existing challenges.

Join prominent industry experts from 6 to 9 June 2023 as they examine the key trends that will shape the future of manufacturing in Luxembourg and the Greater Region. The programme includes, among other activities, topical panel discussions, company testimonials revealing best practices, presentations, seminars, B2B matchmaking sessions, field visits and exhibitions. The welcome remarks will be delivered by the Minister of the Economy, Franz Fayot. 

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Opening address on
06 June by
the Minister of the Economy