By Anna Lockhart.
Tune in to the upcoming MetalTalk™ on February 21 titled, “New Fabrication Technology for 2024.” This special webinar will showcase the latest metal fabrication technologies from manufacturing partners of MetalForming LLC, an industry-leading manufacturer of high-quality metal fabrication equipment. Hosted by Karen Edwards, this webinar will feature industry experts Chad Rowe, Ken McLauchlan and Stephen Gosk from MetalForming as they share their insights into the new machinery entering the market this year.
In 2024, they predict a shift in the industry’s interest in different technologies, such as finding machinery engineered to create the perfect board and batten panels, which contractors have seen an increased interest in. The same can be said for other metal panel profiles and machineries, like profile manipulators and conical bending. In this webinar, Chad, Ken and Stephen will dive deep into the differences in these machine types and how metal professionals can use such equipment to get ahead of the trends and maximize their market reach.
Learn from the experts themselves how to market these new technologies to your company’s advantage, and how to determine which machinery is best for your specific budget, business size and regional needs. Whether you have a market demand for board and batten, conical bending or profile manipulation, these industry pros are here to help you determine the best fit.
Tune in as they break down how to calculate market demands, marketing strategies and the best time to buy all in one educational session. Whether you prefer to Read, Listen or Watch® content, this special MetalTalk webinar will be available in multiple formats for metal professionals to enjoy!
Anna Lockhart is a content administrator/writer for the Coffee Shops and AskARoofer™. When she’s not working, she’s most likely to be found with her nose in a book or attempting to master a new cookie recipe.
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