Marbach has recently launched its Web Sessions. And so takes Marbach another step towards digitalization. During Marbach Web Sessions participants learn more about how to increase their performance in packaging production.
Jan Brunner, Head of Business Development at Marbach: "To inform our customers efficiently and quickly we started our Web Sessions in August. Since then many customers have already taken part. The feedback has been very positive. From 30 to 45 minutes, audiences of our Basic Sessions learn all the relevant news about our innovations. We present one special innovation per session. Something unique in our sessions is that not only is a presentation made, but also practical knowledge is passed on by demonstrating the use of the technology directly on the die-cutting machine."
Marbach will further expand its Web Sessions in the next months and will continue to offer such training at regular intervals. Brunner: "The combination of theory and practice has been very well received by the participants. Although we have just started, we see great potential in better supporting our customers in their future daily challenges. We are looking forward to having many participants."
An overview of all Web Sessions can be found on the Marbach homepage.
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