Speaker: Andy Routsis, President & CEO, Routsis Training
View details »
Deborah Douglas, Managing Director, Douglas Group
Date: April 28, 2016 Time: 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. ESTView details »
Dan Mesyn, Technical Service Engineer, Teknor Apex Co. Frank Esposito, Senior Reporter, Plastics News
Wed, Nov 18, 2015 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ESTView details »
Yijian Lin, Ph.D., Associate Scientist and John Sugden, Application Technology Leader
Wed, Oct 21, 2015 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDTView details »
Dan Harris, partner, Harris & Moure PLLC and co-author of the “China Law Blog.”
Chip Starnes, President, Asia, for Phoenix Healthcare Solutions LLC.
China has been manufacturing's go-to country for cheap, efficient production. It can produce, but can it originate innovation of its own that has staying power? Macro-economic factors and cultural mores are affecting what China makes and how it makes anything. Watch this Plastics News editorial webcast to engage with two experts who will weigh in on the changing manufacturing landscape there.
Who Should Attend:
This presentation will be important for anyone who wants to understand the implications of establishing a manufacturing operation in China or doing business with companies that originate from China. It is especially important for company officials responsible for supply chain management, procurement and research and development. The culture for doing business in China is changing as economic variables change, including the price of labor and ability to maintain critical technology. This editorial webcast will help you stay on top of those changes.
Dr. Robin Kent, Founder & MD Tangram Technology Ltd., Tangram Technology Ltd.
This webcast covers best practices in operating your plant, including processing operations from set-up to shut-down, improving process control, and facility lighting, heating and air conditioning.View details »
This webcast helps you create an action plan for energy savings with the main processing methods -- injection molding, extrusion, injection and extrusion blow molding, thermoforming, rotational molding and EPS foam molding.View details »
2) Maximizing savings from power supplies, motors, water cooling and drying polymers
This webcast covers energy efficiency in all the important services that are used in plastics processing. The main emphasis is on common services, such as power, motors, compressed air and cooling water, as well as polymer drying and vacuum.View details »
1) The manager's role - how to ask the right questions and write an action plan
This one-hour webcast, the first in a four-part series, offers an introduction to energy management and sets out the gains that are to be made and the basic methods for monitoring and targeting so that companies can get an idea of how they are doing, based on internal data.View details »