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Improving Paper Machine Performance Course Returning This Fall

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The only Improving Paper Machine Performance Course to be held in 2015 is scheduled for October 13-15 in Peachtree Corners, (Atlanta) Ga., USA. This is a ‘must attend’ course for intermediate-to-advanced paper machine operators, engineers and managers. 

Have your key team members signed up yet for this course?

In this course, attendees learn how to:
  • Evaluate performance against industry standards
  • Measure energy consumption of the paper machine
  • Determine tools needed to conduct operations audits
  • Pinpoint sub-standard areas affecting optimum performance.
Improve these skills and save millions of dollars through paper machine performance improvements!

What Past Attendees Say:
This course helped me...
"Make more accurate predictions, make better presentations and look more professional."
"Save company money and take what I've learned to be more productive."
"Evaluate our efficiency better and control our costs better."

Who should Attend?
  • Process engineers and mid- to upper-level manufacturing managers within the paper manufacturing industry will find this course beneficial.
  • Service technicians, sales personnel and engineers within the chemical and equipment categories will also benefit.
  • A degree in engineering or other technical field is suggested, but not required.
  • A good working knowledge of the paper machine is recommended. (This is not an introductory course).
This course is led by an expert team of TAPPI Fellows, chaired by Jim Atkins. See bios of course instructors and review the course schedule.

To learn more and to register, visit the course website.

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