Manufacturing during COVID-19: Ramping up again
June 4, 2020 at
As the COVID-19 virus is slowly being brought under control by social distancing measures and widespread testing, provinces across Canada are gradually reopening their economies, and manufacturers need to be ready to ramp up again.
Unfortunately, the resumption of full scale operations doesn’t necessarily mean a return to business as usual. The “new normal” will include a host of new safety, operational and financial challenges.
To address some of the complex issues associated with manufacturing in the midst of a global pandemic, Canadian Manufacturing, PLANT and EP&T magazines brought together a group of industry experts in a virtual summit.
“Manufacturing during COVID-19: Ramping up again,” hosted on June 4, tackled some of the most important aspects of operating during this perilous time through a series of focused presentations and an open roundtable discussion.
Over 400 manufacturing leaders attended, but if you missed the live summit, you can watch all the sessions – which are available on-demand.
Check out the presentations and the roundtable below, along with some product demos from our sponsors.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Manufacturing during COVID-19: Ramping up again
When & Where?Manufacturing during COVID-19: Ramping up again will take place virtually via GoToWebinar on June 4, 2020 at 1:00pm ET.
There will be a 15 minute break between live sessions.
Why Virtual?The safety and wellbeing of our employees, customers, and community is our number one priority. By making this event an online experience, it eliminates the need for attendees and sponsors to travel in-person, while enabling them to still benefit from the event content.
What’s Included?Your registration provides you with access to watch the virtual keynote, all live sessions, and on-demand recorded content and product demonstrations.
How do I access?We will email you an access link to the virtual event the morning of June 4, 2020.
If you don’t see an access link in your email inbox, please check your junk folder. If you are still unable to locate the email, contact Tara Jacobs.