Korber PaperLink to host its first Sheeting & Packaging Symposium
Press release from the issuing company
WINDSOR, CT; August 14, 2002 - Korber PaperLink North America, the leading single source supplier of Total Systems Solutions for cut-size sheeting & packaging, folio size sheeting & packaging, paper converting and packaging systems through its established manufacturers and product lines E.C.H. Will, Kugler-Womako, Pemco, Wrapmatic and SHM will host the first Korber PaperLink North America Sheeting & Packaging Symposium at the American Club in Kohler, Wisconsin (near Pemco Inc.) from February 25-28, 2003.
The program includes a series of workshops for Cut-Size Sheeting, Cut-Size Packaging and Folio Size Sheeting and Packaging. Topics to be covered in the Sheeting & Packaging Workshops include question and answer sessions, troubleshooting information, Technical Improvement Programs (TIP's) as well as innovations and new designs. Participants also will learn about new product developments and information about service and spare parts.
Pemco and Korber PaperLink North America representatives also will take attendees on a company tour through the Pemco Inc. manufacturing plant in Sheboygan, WI, where several folio sheeting and packaging machines will be available for viewing in the company's state-of-the-art showroom.
"This symposium is designed to support users of converting and packaging machinery in the best way possible to achieve their business goals," notes Peter J. Pappas, Executive Vice President of Korber PaperLink North America.
The target audience is finishing superintendents, engineering support personnel, operators and maintenance staff.
More information about the February 25-28, 2003 Korber PaperLink North America Sheeting & Packaging Symposium is available by contacting Sven Grunwoldt of Korber PaperLink North America at 860-687-9911 ext 182.
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