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Robert J Black Jr. to Host Free Webinar

Sep 27, 2020

Storagesolutions is pleased to announce that Robert J. Black Jr. (Bob) will host a free webinar entitled “SAVING MONEY with ESSEGI Automated Storage Systems.” The webinar will be available in two separate sessions on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020 at 9 a.m. EDT (Session 1) and 1 p.m. EDT (Session 2).

After several years of field experience with ESSEGI Component Storage, many areas of provable savings have been identified and confirmed. Mr. Black will explain why ESSEGI Storage Systems truly pay for themselves. Join us for a step-by-step explanation of the ROI.

Mr. Black has worked in the electronic production field since 1975, having co-founded three companies during his career. He retired as President and CEO of Juki Automation Systems in 2018. Black served eight years as a Member of the IPC Board of Directors and is a recipient of the IPC President’s Award for service to the organization. He was an original member of the SMTA and has also been a member of SEMI. Black also was the only non-Japanese in its 82-year history to hold the position of Executive Operating Officer of Juki Corporation in Tokyo. He has written and lectured extensively in the field of electronics manufacturing.

To register for Session 1, visit https://zoom.us/webinar/register/2616002628937/WN_Nmbn6_-kSWe1xLZPqayzJQ. To register for Session 2, visit https://zoom.us/webinar/register/8016002629831/WN_qi45SdL-RpOhkuSmO6t0GA.


Storagesolutions offers its customers a real solution for completely exploiting the potential of the equipment used in the production department. The company’s software offers all-round management of the entire company stock. Storagesolutions’ automatic and intelligent component storage systems ensure a reduction of more than 50 percent setup time for pick-and-place equipment, complete certainty of the availability of the necessary components before starting any job order, and more. For more information, visit www.storagesolutions.it.

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