We are excited to announce a GEAPS Exchange Presentation featuring Control Assemblies President, Mark Spindler.
Saturday, February 25, 2017
With the recent downturn in commodity prices, it is more important than ever to be fiscally responsible with available resources. One way to save money and to increase production is to maximize operational efficiency in facilities. This year’s workshop will focus on improving efficiency in grain drying, manpower, electricity and automation. Learn the basics of drying, how to manage shrinks, the benefits of measuring efficiencies, and helpful tools for practicing each of these strategies.
In regards to manpower, discover how to create goals, make a plan and manage only what you can control. Participants will receive training on how to understand electric bills, decrease energy use and prepare for the future of power. Automation, the last of the workshop topics, is one way to integrate these various efficiencies by practicing active energy management, streamlining machine use, minimizing manpower and more. The workshop will include a group discussion to practice and apply session information.
For grain industry professionals with credentials from GEAPS and Kansas State, the session will qualify for 0.3 continuing education units (CEUs).
Click here to register for GEAPS 2017 today. See you at BOOTH #3027!