MESA International is working globally to increase the understanding of MES and to share best practices and global standards
The program will be held on 25 and 26 January at the Siemens offices in Nurenburg

MESA International, the global MES industry organisation is pleased to announce the first official Global Education Program to be held in the German language. The event will be held on 25 and 26 January at the Siemens offices in Nurenburg.

A Certificate of Awareness will be awarded to successful delegates who will have the right to publish the official GEP logo on their business cards and email signatures. MESA International is working globally to increase the understanding of MESA and to share best practices and global standards.


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