With the demand for corrugated packaging continuing to increase, it is more important than ever that corrugators perform at optimum levels. However, we know that it can be a challenge for corrugated board manufacturers to produce quality product with the speed that the market insists on – especially with higher customer expectations, fewer trained internal resources, and equipment that is being pushed to its limits.
In our recent webinar “How to Align Machines: Corrugators“, we provided valuable solutions to help ensure your corrugator runs at peak performance.
Did you miss the live event? Good news – you can now access a replay of the entire educational session!
Here is just a sampling of what you will learn from Ted Grimbilas, long time OASIS project manager/field service engineer and corrugator alignment expert:
- Improving your final product quality
- Meeting (or exceeding) your machine’s production goals
- Reducing costs associated with excessive scrap rates and waste
- Maintaining high customer satisfaction levels
- Understanding how you, or members of your team, can identify when or where possible misalignment conditions exist within your corrugator
- Overview of corrugated market growth
- Corrugator performance
- What factors impact corrugator performance
- Issues associated with misalignment
- How alignment directly impacts product quality
- Overview of precision measurement tooling
- The Corrugator Alignment Process
- Proactive steps that you and your team can do now
In his 30 years with OASIS Alignment Services, Ted Grimbilas has served many roles including field service engineer, project manager, and key account manager. He is an expert in corrugator alignment methodologies having spent many years in the field as both project lead and manager for OASIS corrugator alignment projects across the U.S. A sought-after speaker, Ted has presented on corrugator alignment at SuperCorr and CorrExpo.
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