A new course, Packaging Line Performance Workshop, will give packagers the skills, tools and knowledge they require to improve the efficiency of their packaging lines.
Produced by Packaging World, the two-day intensive workshop teaches
attendees the fundamentals of packaging line performance improvement.
Attendees will learn how to measure OEE (Overall Equipment
Effectiveness) on their packaging lines, and will come away with
practical experience to put to immediate use.
The goal is for attendees to be able to implement actionable strategies
to boost line efficiency, without getting bogged down in math.
Attendees will also receive a packaging line performance improvement
The workshop will be held is six cities throughout the U.S. and Canada in 2008. It costs $1,295 per attendee.
The Packaging Line Performance Workshop is taught by Paul J. Zepf, M.
Eng. P.Eng., CPP of Zarpac Inc., which co-producing the event. Zepf is
the author of 10 books on packaging production systems, and has
researched and developed new concepts for calculating and designing
packaging processes, machinery and effective operations.