Training updates from our team.
As part of Belmont Packaging’s continuous commitment to team training, we’re delighted to update you on Ryan Smith’s training progression with the Emba casemaker machine, which is still ongoing. Read on to find out more …
Ryan’s Internal training started with three months of training in feeding the machine with board. This is an important area as this process impacts the entire production outcome.
Then Ryan progressed to training focused around the middle of the machine. This covers the important area of safety training. Ensuring our team are safe when operating all of our equipment is a top priority and this has been Ryan’s favourite part of the training so far.
Ryan’s training then lead on to taking board off the machine and loading the finished boxes onto pallets, as well as general training on how to use the printer. This includes detecting and assessing imperfections in the printed board and picking up on those as a top priority, ensuring we pick up on any print quality issues as quickly as possible.
In total Ryan’s training will take around eight months to complete on the Emba. Training on the Ashai die-cutter will follow and take around a year to complete. We’re excited to see how Ryan’s training progresses and wish him every success with this as he advances.
20th December 2023
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