Gain the Knowledge to Work Smarter … Not Harder at Top Rated Corrugated Courses

TAPPI is offering two top rated corrugated courses this spring that will help you work smarter – at any level of your career. TAPPI’s Best Practices on the Corrugator runs Tuesday, March 24 – 27 at TAPPI’s new training center in North Metro Atlanta. This interactive course begins immediately after the in-depth Introduction to Corrugated course, which starts on Monday, March 23.

Top Knowledge from Leading Experts
Don’t miss you chance to connect with industry experts and gain invaluable corrugated knowledge as you are guided through the entire corrugator system. Gain the knowledge and experience from these industry experts leading the courses:
•    Tim Church, HarperLove
•    Daniel Dyson, Avista Solutions International, Inc.
•    Robin A. Sommers, Kadant Johnson Systems Division
•    Steve Woodward, ARC International
•    Steve Nerney, BW Papersystems
•    John Sofinowski, BW Papersystems
•    Bob Bashford, Albany International
•    Sam Chapman, HarperLove

Think You Know the Corrugator Inside and Out?
Learn through these interactive courses how to optimize settings of each element and teach you how to achieve higher productivity, produce better product quality, and reduce waste and downtime. Master your understanding of:
•    Adopt the “Centerline Process” to achieve a product that is consistent on every shift
•    Maintain quality while reaching maximum corrugator speeds
•    Get the maximum output from the paper consumed
•    Troubleshoot the most common operational problems
•    Recognize critical properties of paperboard, starch adhesive and how to control warp

Bring your questions and samples of your defects!
Let TAPPI’s experts in corrugating take a look at your output and suggest ways to improve the quality of your products.

Make plans now to attend
These highly rated corrugated courses are tailored just for you and your growing career – whether you are new to the industry, new to the operations or have years of knowledge in the corrugated industry. Each course is designed to complement each other, yet both courses are not a requirement. For convenient travel information, visit the course page and be sure to register.