Bolton, Ontario — Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd. is planning two days of virtual programs covering a range of topics from thriving and adapting during COVID-19 to technology that increases flexibility and productivity.
Called "Experience Husky," the Jan. 13-14 event offers presentations and virtual Husky site tours to educate, provide insight and allow collaboration, according to a press release from the equipment supplier to injection molders.
Founded in 1953, Husky provides injection molding systems, hot runners, controllers, tooling and other services to the medical, packaging, consumer and other markets.
COVID-19 has hampered face-to-face communication and accelerated the shift to digital experiences, according to Husky President and CEO John Galt.
"Especially during these unprecedented times, we feel it is vitally important to connect with both existing and prospective customers to be as responsive as possible and to continue a mutual dialogue about what they need to be successful and competitive," Galt said in the release.
The virtual platform will cover market trends to stay competitive, navigating an unprecedented business climate and have opportunities to engage and network with Husky experts and industry leaders from around the world.
About 20 presentations lasting from five to 50 minutes each will let attendees Experience Husky and learn about using hot runner balance to qualify molds, preform systems, thin-wall packaging, multi-layer technology, tethered and specialty closures, extending shelf life, and more.
For the agenda and more information, go to https://www.experiencehusky.co/online/register.