Thursday, September 29, 2022

‘The Future of…..’ PPMA announces its three-day seminar programme for PPMA Total Show 2022

PPMA has announced the schedule of its three-day onsite Seminar Programme, which will run daily during PPMA Total Show 2022, the UK’s largest processing and packaging machinery, robots, and industrial vision show.

Entitled ‘The Future of….’, the free-to-attend seminars will comprise informative presentations, interactive discussions and industry insights delivered by a range of organisations and respected industry experts. The programme has been compiled specifically to address a wide range of issues facing UK industry, both today and into the future.

Topics include the latest smart manufacturing solutions, next generation automation, IoT (Internet of Things) and business innovation, as well as workplace and employee wellbeing, cyber security, vision system integration and robotics. Delegates can also learn about the latest product compliance, anti-counterfeiting and import regulations, sustainable solutions and new product testing, and gain invaluable advice on how to achieve processing and energy cost reductions.

The seminars will take place concurrently in Theatre 1 (Stand D124) and Theatre 2 (Stand C124) in Hall 5 at the NEC Birmingham starting at 10.00am each day on Tuesday 27th, Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th September.

For more information, go to: https://www.ppmashow.co.uk/sessions-2022#/seminars/

For your free visitor pass to PPMA total Show 2022, go to: www.ppmashow.co.uk/visit

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