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Automation opportunities in stainless steel industry explored in new webinar

Upcoming webinar from HowToRobot and BSSA will reveal the most promising automation opportunities for the stainless steel industry right now.

How can robots and automation improve quality in stainless steel manufacturing?

HowToRobot can proudly announce an upcoming webinar in collaboration with the British Stainless Steel Association (BSSA) addressing this question.

Taking place on 31 January 2023 at 10 AM (GMT), the webinar delves into key challenges facing the stainless steel industry, namely, how to improve manufacturing quality and further increase productivity with the help of robotics and automation technologies.

Sohabe Richyal, Robot & Automation Advisor at Gain & Co, will be presenting during the webinar sharing the insights he’s gained through advising a wide range of businesses – from SMEs to Fortune 500 companies – on automation.

The main focus of the webinar will be to help stainless steel manufacturers understand the latest advances within robotics and automation and where to apply them to get the best return on investment.

What will be presented at the webinar:

  • The top 5 most obvious automation opportunitiesthat stainless steel manufacturers are pursuing right now (and which ones to avoid)
  • Market data on the average cost of automating and return on investment for each type of solution
  • A (free) method for quickly identifying relevant automation suppliers and solutions.

“Robots and automation technologies are key to our industry for improving quality, minimizing waste, and staying competitive. The webinar from HowToRobot is an excellent opportunity for manufacturers in stainless steel to get up-to-date on the latest technologies and learn how to apply them thoughtfully in their business,” said Rob Cooper, Managing Director at the BSSA.

How to register for the webinar

The webinar is free to attend for both members of the British Stainless Steel Association and others who are interested. To register, click here.

Date: Tuesday, 31 January 2023

Time: 10 – 10.30 am (GMT).