Global Automotive Lightweight Materials Detroit 2017
WELCOME TO THE 6th GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE LIGHTWEIGHT MATERIALS CONGRESS 2017
Successfully securing its place as one of the most sought after lightweighting conferences within the automotive industry, the 6th Global Automotive Lightweight Materials Summit returns to Detroit to help OEMs wade through the increasing variety and complexity of lightweight material solutions.
Hosting a number of local and international OEM speakers, GALM Detroit 2017 will address the issues that continue to plague the automotive community and ensure that the most promising solutions and materials are given a fair chance of being utilized for the benefit of the entire industry.
THE LARGEST AND MOST TRUSTED LIGHTWEIGHT MATERIALS CONGRESS IS RETURNING TO DETROIT FOR THE 6TH TIME
Each of the three days will have a unique focus to deliver a new level of detail and applicability to global OEMs. In addition, the agenda will provide unrivaled networking opportunities with three busy days full of technical presentations, interactive panels and roundtables, networking breakfasts, lunches and refreshment breaks.
The global series has been attended by a total of 1500+ industry leaders. Places for GALM Detroit 2017 are expected to sell out well in advance.
THE LARGEST OEM-LED LIGHTWEIGHT MATERIALS CONGRESS IS RETURNING TO DETROIT IN 2017
One of the key stumbling blocks behind lightweight materials' wide scale adoption remains to be trivial - it is their high costs. To help the industry overcome this issue, the 6th Global Automotive Lightweight Materials conference, US edition will be returning to Detroit to enable current generation of automotive experts to cost effectively drive their lightweighting efforts forward.
The brand new agenda will examine the latest advancements in new grades and types of materials, scrutinize the latest processing and manufacturing technologies through practical case studies and question the financial and technical feasibility of adopting new materials in high volume automotive manufacturing in the US.
Each presentation ultimately will focus on driving down costs and production times to ease the adoption of lightweight materials into mass-produced vehicle architectures.