Cummins’ Freeland to highlight MERA conference

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Updated Aug 15, 2013

Richard J. Freeland, Cummins’ vice president and president of its engine business, will highlight a full docket of presenters at MERA’s second annual conference, set for Oct. 2 at the Michigan State University Management Education Center in Troy, Mich.

Titled “Advancing Sustainability Through Remanufacturing,” MERA says this year’s event will focus on the short- and long-term benefits of remanufacturing in various industries. In addition to Freeland, the convention also will feature speeches by Robert Wagman, president and CEO of LKQ Corporation, Mike Lynch, managing director, green innovation for NASCAR and Mark Buckley, vice president, environmental affairs at Staples, Inc.

For a complete agenda, and more information on the speakers, CLICK HERE. To register and take advantage of the discounted early-bird rate, CLICK HERE.

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