PMI Germany’s Maximilian Jell announced as speaker

TJI Campus is pleased to announce that Head of Regulatory Affairs & Reduced Risk Products at PMI Germany, Maximilian Jell, will be presenting at the TJI Campus Industry 4.0 Workshop in November.

As Head of Regulatory Affairs and Reduced Risk Products at Philip Morris GmbH, Maximilian Jell manages the company’s contacts with regulatory and governmental agencies regarding regulatory issues such as the marketing, and entry into the market, of both conventional and novel risk-reduced tobacco products in Germany.

Before taking on his current role, Jell worked as Head of EU Affairs at Philip Morris International, where he was in charge of contacts with the European Parliament and the European Commission about product regulation issues.

His presentation entitled: “The digital challenge: will risk-reduced tobacco products lead to a paradigm shift for tobacco regulation or just more of the same?” will reveal how, heat-not-burn products, which would not be possible without the digital revolution, offer tremendous regulatory opportunities and, at the same time, pose a great challenge for manufacturers.

 

Two new speakers announced

TJI Campus is pleased to announce that Head of Digitization at Hauni, Dr Bernd Pape and Global Director Packaging at Saueressig, Stephan Lammers, will be presenting at the TJI Campus Industry 4.0 Workshop in November.

Dr Bernd Pape, Head of Digitization, Hauni Maschinenbau

Dr Bernd Pape, Head of Digitization, Hauni Maschinenbau

A leading name in tobacco machinery, Hauni has long been preparing for the advent of Industry 4.0. The company says it is pioneering the networked solutions
of the future to support the tobacco industry in achieving its goal.

At the TJI Campus Industry 4.0 workshop in November, Hauni Head of Digitization Dr Bernd Pape will share his experiences and expertise in this sector. “Data, machinery and know-how are being networked to maximise production efficiency across every sector,” Dr Pape told TJI.

Pape has been Head of Digitization at Hauni Maschinenbau since April 2017. In this newly created position, he is responsible for the development of the digital transition within the Körber Group. A doctor of computer science, Dr Bernd Pape initially worked as an IT project manager and group leader at Lufthansa Technik Logistik in Hamburg, Germany. He started working for Hauni in January 2008, first as a group leader for Process Reengineering in the services department, and then from April 2012 as Head of Administration Services.

Stephan Lammers, Global Director Packaging, Saueressig

Saueressig’s Global Director Packaging, Stephan Lammers

One of the leading names in printing and packaging techniques and technologies, Saueressig believes it is  important for packaging “to tie in with and embed digital technologies”.

With over 35 years experience in the gravure printing sector, the company’s Global Director Packaging, Stephan Lammers, has worked both as a technical consultant and business manager at Saueressig. In 2000, he became business unit manager for tobacco. His unparalleled expertise in gravure technologies and the tobacco industry will provide the background for his presentation in November in which he will discuss, among other topics, the future of tobacco packaging technologies.

 

 

 

“INDUSTRY 4.0: The Factory of the Future” workshop announced

The TJI Campus team is proud to announce “INDUSTRY 4.0: The Factory of the Future”, an international workshop event for all product and service suppliers in the international tobacco industry supply chain. The event will take place on 2-3 November 2017 in Mainz, Germany.

Whether your company supplies its own 4.0 solutions, or depends on them to keep costs down and maximise production, this event will provide a forum for discussing and presenting the latest innovations and trends in the manufacturing environment – innovations that will continue to add value and cut costs in tobacco and its supply chain.
The two-day workshop event will include:
  • Presentations from international leaders in manufacturing and technology, data and robotics on Industry 4.0 for tobacco and how to make it work for your company
  • Practical information on cutting costs and streamlining production
  • Case studies of the latest factory and data design principles
  • All the experts under one roof
Join us in Mainz, Germany to increase and share your knowledge, build new partnerships and keep the discussion going.
Places for this conference are strictly limited. Register now

Bosch Rexroth’s Hans Michael Krause announced as speaker

TJI Campus is pleased to announce that Head of Business Development Industry Sector Processing & Packaging at Bosch Rexroth, Hans Michael Krause will be presenting at the TJI Campus Industry 4.0 workshop in November.

Bosch Rexroth is the Automation Technology Business Unit of Robert Bosch GmbH. The company is a leading provider of Industry 4.0 solutions. In his presentation entitled Turning ideas into reality: The real story behind one leading manufacturer’s journey shaping Industry 4.0, Krause will discuss how the company became one of the first to implement Industry 4.0 technologies into its own operations, providing the tobacco industry with a useful case study.

 

TJI magazine special on Industry 4.0

The new issue of TJI is out now with a special focus on Industry 4.0 in the tobacco industry.

Industry 4.0 means widely varying things to the hundreds of companies that make up the tobacco industry supply chain. To find out what the fourth industrial revolution looks like on the factory floor, we asked companies from across the supply chain how they are adapting and what they think the future holds.

View a PDF of the article here.

To read the latest issue, subscribe now or visit Tobacco Journal International for more details.