With supply chain challenges continuing worldwide, professionals across the automotive aftermarket space are struggling to meet increased demand and deliver high-quality products to their customers. Additionally, with labor shortages, supply delays, and manufacturing shutdowns adding further pressure to the just-in-time model of manufacturing, companies are on the hunt for practical solutions. Now more than ever, protecting critical components from rust and oxidation is paramount, especially as shipping delays can leave these items in unstable environments for months on end.
Join Sean Hael, General Manager at Mitsubishi Gas Chemical America, to explore how new packaging solutions can prevent automotive parts from oxygen and moisture-based degradation and enable companies to safely ship or store them long-term. Learn how companies can safeguard their critical components and free up space on their line to manufacture next-generation automotive parts.
Key takeaways will include:
• Implications of oxygen and moisture damage on sensitive automotive parts
• Protective measures for critical components to ensure quality and efficacy long term
• Advantages of working with suppliers employing bulk manufacturing methods vs. just-in-time manufacturing processes
• Sustainability benefits of cutting down on product waste by adopting new manufacturing processes that reduce energy consumption and promote innovation in R&D