MPS to Host Virtual Event: Grand Prix of Performance
MPS invites the industry to join their virtual ‘Grand Prix of Performance’ event on June 10th.
To accommodate this live event for all time zones around the world, the virtual event is held in two sessions of four hours each.
During this event, MPS will reveal their new vision, branding and logo. By looking beyond the machine and addressing all aspects involving the printing press, MPS enables customers to achieve the best performance and maximum return from their machine investment.
Atze Bosma, CEO MPS: “With ‘Connect to Grow’ as our new brand promise, MPS enables customers to unleash the full potential from their printing presses. We are excited to share our expertise in connectivity and performance and show what Connect to Grow means to our customers.”
Pick Your Session!
MPS offers two event sessions to accommodate this live event for all time zones around the world:
- 8 - 12 AM CET / 2 PM WAST (Asia - Oceania, EMEA)
- 3 - 7 PM CET / 9 AM EDT (Americas, EMEA)
During the Performance Challenge, one of the event highlights, MPS will practice what they preach: running the optimal performance in producing real customer label and packaging jobs using the pit stop strategy.
Attendees are invited to learn more about performance, connectivity, and best practices in press efficiency. Part of the event program are expert talks, including special guest - former international Formula 1 driver and 24 Hours of Le Mans winner, Jan Lammers (in session 2).
To get in-depth tips & tricks from the MPS experts, visitors can choose two informative seminar sessions out of four:
- Treating your change-over like a pit stop
- Need for speed
- How to calculate your Total Cost of Ownership
- Efficiency & sustainability: lower your waste!
The entire event program and more information can be found on: https://www.mps4u.com/news/mps-grand-prix-of-performance/
For direct registration, go to: https://insights.mps4u.com/en/grand-prix-performance
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