Introducing ‘Understanding the Polymer Supply Chain’ – a brand new course from Plastribution.
Over the last 8 years nearly 200 candidates from approximately 80 different companies have attended our popular training courses.
We’ve worked closely with G&A moulding technology in Peterborough developing 2 courses: the first is a process optimisation course aimed at technicians and tool setters – its aim to improve their understanding of the moulding process, leading to improvements in quality and productivity; the second is aimed at people in commercial roles with little experience of polymers and the injection moulding process – we call it the ‘Buyers Course’ but it’s open to anyone who think they could benefit.
Today we are launching our 3rd course, entitled ‘Understanding the Polymer Supply Chain’.
This new course is a departure from some of the technical training that we have provided in the past. Its aim is to provide clarity on the economics of the polymer supply chain and to help those people in key roles to make more informed decisions about the purchasing of polymers they use every day.
One of the key objectives of the course is to look at ways we can better interpret and sift the vast amount of information that the internet and industry media push to us, and to explain some of the terminology that we all use every day, but don’t fully understand.
We are going to run the course for the first time at the Bosworth Hall Hotel in April. Like all our courses it will be free, so if you would like any information please contact your local representative or email firstname.lastname@example.org.