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GATES LAUNCHES INDUSTRIAL WEBINARS

18-05-2020
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Gates Australia – part of the Gates Corporation, a leading global fluid power and power transmission provider – has launched a comprehensive webinar series designed to share its industrial expertise.

The series, which commenced on 12 May, delivers online content to help educate industry professionals about fluid power and power transmission through a range of topic-specific webinars.

The hour-long sessions take place at 10am every Tuesday, and conclude with a Q&A session.

Gates Australia intends for the series to enable industry professionals that deal directly with power transmission products, and fluid power products such as industrial and hydraulic hoses, to expand their knowledge during a time when many in the industry are isolated at home.

Topics will include the new Gates safe hydraulics course, technical issues and problem-solving methods, safety with industrial products and in industrial environments, and in-depth product reviews and market overviews.

The series suits a range of industry segments including industrial product distributors, resellers and end users such as technicians and maintenance personnel.

The full webinar schedule, past episodes and registration details are available at the Gates Australia website. Registration opens seven days before each webinar commences, so visit the site regularly to avoid missing out.

For more information contact Gates Australia on 03 9797 9688 or visit https://info.gatesaustralia.com.au/webinars.html.

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