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This is an ideal time to acquire a deeper understanding of the dynamic corrugating process.

Two corrugated courses are being held back to back at TAPPI headquarters in metro Atlanta that will benefit anyone working in the corrugated processes:

The TAPPI Introduction to Corrugated Course

March 23-24, 2020

Early-bird discounts end in February 23 for the introductory course.

The TAPPI Best Practices on the Corrugator Course

March 25-27, 2020

The early discounts for Best Practices on the Corrugator Course end February 24.

Let’s talk about TAPPI’s Introduction to Corrugated Course. 

This two-day training helps you strengthen your understanding of the corrugated process, linerboard and medium performance properties, and manufacturing.

A key factor of good corrugator performance metrics, is a confident understanding of its operation.

After successfully completing this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Appreciate the unique history of corrugated
  • Understand the difference between medium, liner, and the corrugated structure
  • Identify the components of a corrugator and their function
  • Learn the diagnostic value of the soak tank
  • Earn .6 CEUs for the completion of the course

Taught by a distinguished industry expert, instructor Tim Church, Senior Technical Services Representative at HarperLove, the curriculum has been updated to address the ever-changing needs of the corrugated industry.

This course is ideal for:

  • Process Engineers
  • Production Supervisors
  • Corrugator Operators
  • Production Managers
  • Maintenance Personnel
  • Product Quality Control Personnel

Register now for this essential course.  Early-bird discounts end February 23, 2020.

 

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