Tooling in Focus at First BOBST U.S. Roadshow of 2023
Under the headline, “Tooling Transformation – Maximizing Your Labor and Manufacturing Potential,” BOBST is gearing up for the first U.S. roadshow of 2023. Taking place in San Francisco, California, on February 21, 2023, this informative one-day event will cover a range of solutions and services aimed at optimizing operations for packaging converters.
“We are very excited to kick off a new series of roadshows where we will be highlighting BOBST die-making and blanking innovation along with the BOBST Connect and TooLink services and our waste removal program,” said Rob McCann, Head of Service Products Portfolio at BOBST. “Customers are always looking for new ways to create more value and maximize the potential of their businesses, but they are busy people which is why these regional roadshows are always so popular.”
Throughout a day of education and discovery, attendees will hear from BOBST experts how increased connectivity can enhance and improve packaging productivity with the BOBST Connect digital platform and TooLink technology for die management and optimization.
Certified die-makers will also be on hand to explain the advantages of BOBST global certification program, which is bringing exceptional quality to converters everywhere. BOXPLAN stripping technology and CITO creasing systems will also be reviewed, while the local service representative will be available to help review any individual issues as well as discuss dedicated training programs and share insights into BOBST waste removal program.
The first Tooling Transformation roadshow will be held at the Holiday Inn Golden Gateway, near Union Square, in downtown San Francisco, on February 21, 2023, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Please register here: www.bobst.com/2023ServicesRoadshow.
The next BOBST roadshow will be in Atlanta, GA, on April 25, followed by Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, on September 12.
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