Digitalization Roundtable: How Industry 4.0 Helps Converters Build a Resilient Business
Wednesday, December 09, 2020
Sponsored by Shell Polymers
No, we can’t predict the next world-changing event, but we can help converters prepare for it. That's why we’ve gathered Shell Polymers’ technical pioneers like Dan Falla and a lubricant specialist to share the best ways to thrive through uncertain market conditions and build a resilient business in the long run.
In this webinar we’ll share the insights converters need to make improvements today and prepare for long-term growth.
Senior Technical Engineer, Injection Molding | Shell Polymers
Elliot has spent the entirety of his 10-year career working in polyolefins. Since joining Shell Polymers, Elliot has been invited to sit on the advisory boards for the Polymers Technology and Engineering program at the American Injection Molding Institute, the Plastics Engineering program at Penn State Behrend, and the Northwest Pennsylvania Chapter of the Society of Plastics Engineers.
Senior Technical Engineer, Film | Shell Polymers
Dan has spent more than 30 years helping customers to innovate in new product and application development and is Membership Chair for the Society of Plastics Engineers’ Flexible Packaging Division.
Senior Technical Engineer, Blow Molding | Shell Polymers
Mike has nearly 10 years of experience in the blow molding manufacturing industry and helping customers innovate in new product and application development. He is currently a Board Member for the Northwestern Pennsylvania Society of Plastics Engineers’ (SPE) and actively involved in the SPE Blow Molding Division.
Virtual Tech Team Lead | Shell Lubricants
Jeremy joined Shell in 2016 as an Industrial Business Development Manager, supporting B2B sales and marketing, focusing primarily on the industrial sectors for the West Coast. Throughout his career, he has held commercial and technical roles in the energy space with responsibilities across operations, sales, and advising.