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Ceramics Expo – Weathering the COVID-19 Storm

May 26, 2020 @ 12:00 - 13:00

As COVID-19 has swept the globe, global manufacturing has come to a near standstill and only essential businesses are allowed to operate. But what does this mean for the advanced ceramics industry?

Gain valuable industry insight of how the advanced ceramic supply chain is responding and planning to overcome the challenges that COVID-19 has put on manufacturing industries. In this webinar, several industry experts, from a range of backgrounds including SMEs and global organizations, will discuss key findings of the Ceramics Expo industry survey.

Key questions to be addressed:
• How has the coronavirus outbreak impacted production capacity?
• Which business activities are being put on hold, which ones have become more important and what how have investment strategies changed?
• How are production lines being adapted to serve essential businesses and what constitutes an essential business?
• And what are the challenges in starting manufacturing up again after this period of severe disruption?

Moderator: Mark Wolf – Vice President, Fine Ceramics Group, Kyocera International

Landon Mertz – CEO, Cerion
Rudy Olson – General Manager and CTO, C Foam
Geoff Randle – Executive VP sales and Technology, Precision Ceramics USA, Inc.

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