6th Annual MCIE Summit Recap

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SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY (February 6, 2017) – The 6th Annual Manufacturers’ Council of the Inland Empire Summit took place this past Friday, February 3, 2017 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Ontario Convention Center. There was plenty to discover, explore and learn as key Inland Empire manufacturers discussed advancements, changes and the future of manufacturing.

Were you unable to attend the Summit? Check out photos from the event below.

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The Upland High School Pipe Band plays the National Anthem to begin the 6th Annual MCIE Summit
The Upland High School Pipe Band plays the National Anthem to begin the 6th Annual MCIE Summit

 

The Upland High School Pipe Band plays the National Anthem to begin the 6th Annual MCIE Summit
The Upland High School Pipe Band plays the National Anthem to begin the 6th Annual MCIE Summit

 

InTech Center Industry Liaison, Ken Eaves, explains how to use the forklift simulator, which will be part of the Forklift Training at the InTech Center.
InTech Center Industry Liaison, Ken Eaves, explains how to use the forklift simulator, which will be part of the Forklift Training at the InTech Center, located in Fontana, CA.

 

The Forklift Simulator, which will be part of the Forklift Training program at the InTech Center, located in Fontana, CA
The Forklift Simulator, which will be part of the Forklift Training program at the InTech Center, located in Fontana, CA

 

A 3-D printer from the InTech Center, located in Fontana, CA
A 3-D printer from the InTech Center, located in Fontana, CA

 

InTech Center Industry Liaison Ken Eaves discusses how a 3-D printer works
InTech Center Industry Liaison Ken Eaves discusses how a 3-D printer works

 

Scott Melton, FANUC, gives his Microburst Presentation about the importance of cyber security for manufacturers
Scott Melton, FANUC, gives his Microburst Presentation about the importance of cyber security for manufacturers

 

The Panel Discussion that discussed the technological and political future of manufacturing in California. The panel included Dorothy Rothrock - CMTA, Paul Granillo - IEEP, Roy Paulson - Paulson Manufacturing, Flynn Sears - Goodyear Rubber Company, and Todd Boppell - National Association of Manufacturers NAM)
The Panel Discussion that discussed the technological and political future of manufacturing in California. The panel included Dorothy Rothrock – CMTA, Paul Granillo – IEEP, Roy Paulson – Paulson Manufacturing, Flynn Sears – Goodyear Rubber Company, and Todd Boppell – National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)

 

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Alan Braggins, DSN, speaks at the MCIE Summit
Alan Braggins, DSN, speaks at the MCIE Summit

 

Standing from left, Dr. Shannon (President of Chaffey College), Kathy Dutton (Former Director of Economic Development), Rod Hoover (HR Manager of CSI), and Rick Pettit (CSI), who are responsible for the success of the InTech Center
Standing from left, Dr. Shannon (President of Chaffey College), Kathy Dutton (Former Director of Economic Development), Rod Hoover (HR Manager of CSI), and Rick Pettit (CSI), who are responsible for the success of the InTech Center

 

Winners of the Resource and Process Efficiency Award, Combustion Associates
Winners of the Resource and Process Efficiency Award – Combustion Associates, located in Corona, CA

 

Winner of the Human Capital and Talent Award - Connect Products and People
Winner of the Human Capital and Talent Award – Connect Products and People, located in Murrieta, CA

 

Winner of the Marketing Award - Advenure Cabins, located in San Bernardino, CA
Winner of the Marketing Award – Adventure Cabins, located in San Bernardino, CA

 

Winners of the Innovation by Students Award - Harvey Mudd College, located in Claremont, CA
Winners of the Innovation by Students Award – Harvey Mudd College, located in Claremont, CA

 

Tom Burciaga speaking to an individual about the InTech Center, located in Fontana, CA, and the programs we offer
Tom Burciaga speaking to an individual about the InTech Center, located in Fontana, CA, and the programs we offer

 

Garry Ridge, President and CEO of WD-40 Company, gives his Keynote Speech at the MCIE Summit
Garry Ridge, President and CEO of WD-40 Company, gives his Keynote Speech at the MCIE Summit

 

Volunteers and individuals responsible for making the MCIE Summit a success
Volunteers and individuals responsible for making the MCIE Summit a success

 

The InTech Center is dedicated to helping improve the Inland Empire economy by providing advanced manufacturing training to unemployed and underemployed individuals. Interested in learning more about the programs we offer? Find out how we can help you here.

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