The 54th Mechanical Engineers Annual Convention

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The 54th Mechanical Engineers Annual Convention


The Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers (PSME) was founded in 1952 with the objective of uniting mechanical engineers in the pursuit of further professional growth and in the upliftment of the profession in general. Since its establishment, the PSME has continued to contribute to the growth of the mechanical engineering profession and technological advancement in the country.

The PSME has 82 chapters nationwide and two chapters in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with a total membership of 35,000 fellows, life, and associate members. In addition, it has junior units in many schools throughout the country. PSME is affiliated with various other organizations, including the Philippine Federation of Professional Associations (PFPA), the Philippine Technological Council (PTC), the Philippine Invention Development Institute (PIDI) Presidential Panel of Judges, the Presidential Committee on Science and Technology (PCST), and the World Federation of Engineering Organization (WFEO).

Through the years, the PSME has constantly provided a venue for its members to participate and contribute in the social, economic, and industrial growth of the country. Today, the PSME will hold its 54th Mechanical Engineers Annual Convention at the World Trade Center Metro Manila with the theme "Promoting Professional Competence for Global Competitiveness." The theme manifests that the PSME is cognizant of the demands of globalization and technological advancement on mechanical engineers, with the professionals needing to enhance their capabilities to create, design, and employ innovative and optimum solutions.

With global markets demanding strategically oriented personnel with solid technological background and an entrepreneurial attitude, the convention hopes to direct the attending mechanical engineers to take the initiative to embrace the culture of quality and competitiveness. …

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