Seminars & Consultancies on Advanced Manufacturing & Error-Proofing Technologies for Zero Defect Manufacturing Processes

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With 100% Part Quality Measurements
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Seminars & Consultancies

George Keremedjiev
George Keremedjiev is an international management and manufacturing technology consultant through Tecknow Education Services, Inc., based in Bozeman, Montana. His expertise spans over 35 years with the error proofing of manufacturing processes and the implementation of advanced manufacturing techniques in production environments.

Mr. Keremedjiev's clients span hundreds of manufacturing companies including: Gillette, Kodak, Harley-Davidson, Delphi Automotive, Honeywell, Whirlpool, Texas Instruments, Textron, Ford Motor John Deere, Kimball International, Komatsu, TRW Vehicle Safety, Rockwell Automation, Siemens, General Motors, HON Company, Steelcase, Square D, Schick, ITW, Chamberlain Group, Briggs & Stratton, Masco Technologies, ICON Fitness, Borg Warner, Bobcat Company, Energizer Battery, Federal Mogul, Fel-Pro, etc. as well as suppliers of components and assemblies to Hewlett-Packard, Compaq, Dell, Mercedes Benz, Johnson & Johnson, BMW, Tesla, NASA – among many others.

Mr. Keremedjiev has worked with or visited manufacturing plants in numerous countries including Singapore, Thailand, China, Germany, Poland, The Czech Republic, Hungary, Turkey, Switzerland, Italy, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Canada, France, Sweden, Spain & England. Mr. Keremejiev is a citizen of the United States of America.

For over 30 years, Mr. Keremedjiev has authored articles & columns in Metal Forming Magazine. This magazine has a readership of approximately 60,000 individuals per month worldwide. He has been involved with several professional manufacturing organizations including the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) the publisher of the above magazine, SME, FMA and NAM.

In the past few years, Mr. Keremedjiev has made presentations on the importance of component manufacturing to staffs of the White House, Congress, Senate and the Commerce Department in Washington, DC as well as state and local level governmental personnel throughout the USA.

In 2009 Mr. Keremedjiev received an honorary PhD in Computer Science in part, for his work with the error-proofing of manufacturing – from Montana State University.

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