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Industrial Equipment Supplier -
Material Regulatory Compliance Summit

 

September 18-19, 2018

DXC Technology

3000 University Drive

Auburn Hills, Michigan 48326

DXC Technology (DXC), in collaboration with the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) is hosting an invitation only Industrial Equipment Supplier Material Regulatory Compliance Summit (Summit). The Summit will be held at the DXC Facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan on September 18-19.

An optional day of CDX Basic Training is offered on Thursday, September 20 for a discounted rate.

Please note: very limited seating, this is an invitation-only event, and tickets will be distributed on a first-come first-served basis.


Location:

Auburn Hills, MI, USA
 
Date: September 18-19, 2018  

Cost: *

 

 

 

$ 99   -  early registration

$140  -  standard registration

$199  -  late registration

$ 99   - Optional CDX Basic Training

Now   -  August 12

August 13  -  September 9

September 10 - September 18

 

Payment by PO or Credit card is accepted.  After registration, you will be sent information with a link to make your payment.  

Lunch will be provided for the conference.  Lunch will not be provided for the optional CDX training, but will be available in the DXC cafeteria

 

We hope you join us in Auburn Hills!

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AEM enables heavy equipment manufacturers to be successful in the global marketplace.

 

DXC Technology (formerly Hewlett Packard Enterprise ES and CSC) is the leading provider of supply chain Full Material Disclosure (FMD) reporting solutions, including the all-industry Compliance Data Exchange (CDX) and the automotive industry International Material Data System (IMDS).