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Powder Bulk Solids Staff
February 8, 2021
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After a successful launch in October 2020, the organizers of the International Powder & Bulk Solids Conference & Exhibition (Powder Show) are hosting the second edition of Powder Show Digital Flow on Thursday, February 18.
The one-day digital event kicks off this year’s series of virtual offerings to foster sourcing, community networking, and education on the latest innovations in the industry, one that touches 70% of all the products people use in their daily lives.
The schedule includes sessions focusing on timely topics delivered by industry leaders including Siemens, REMBE, and more. Attendees will also gain practical insight through equipment demonstrations, and can connect one on one with experts during the roundtable networking hour.
The event will commence with a keynote address from Reshoring Institute Executive Director, Rosemary Coates, covering opportunities for investment and innovation in reshoring powder and bulk solids supply chains, how advanced manufacturing technologies are driving greater safety, agility, and profitability in the processing industries today, and what is the future of jobs in the powder & bulk solids sector.
Additional topics that will be covered throughout the day include:
DHA requirements in risk management terms and how to drive accountability at the best price
How the food and beverage industry is adapting AI, robotics, and advanced human-machine "interfaces" to survive the pandemic
Industry 4.0, Industry 5.0, automation & robotics, and bulk solid handling & dry processes
All sessions are free. Register for the sessions that matter to you and build your own digital experience here
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