Process and control today | Sustainability and technology are the focus, as revealed by the FINROCK TV line-up

The FINROCK22 live TV schedule was released with a strong focus on helping businesses achieve more efficient operations to reduce waste, improve sustainability and increase productivity.

As part of the virtual show, FINROCK TV will feature a series of live interviews and debates where industry leaders will share expert insights and answer delegates’ questions about the challenges their companies are facing.

Organized by Finning, Authorized Dealer of Cat® Equipment, Parts and Service in the UK and Ireland, FINROCK TV’s programming offers 13 different specialist sessions on a range of topics, complemented by live reviews of some of the latest machinery and systems. The sessions offer a unique opportunity for those working in the construction, aggregates and waste industries to access expert advice.

Sustainability is a key topic and will be discussed in detail during a panel moderated by Finning Head of Product Management, Tim Ballard, which will be joined by Gary Clark, Fleet Director at Veolia, and Bill Stone, Plant Manager for FCC Environment.

Peter Seaman, Head of Customer Experience and Marketing at Finning, said: “FINROCK TV live gives customers the opportunity to learn about a number of important topics. We have chosen to focus on issues that are proving to be the biggest challenges in the industry – sustainability and efficiency – to work together and, with expert advice, find ways to improve productivity and reduce waste.”

During FINROCK22, companies will have the opportunity to find out how they can use technologies and systems to reduce carbon footprint, increase productivity and increase efficiency for streamlined operations.

How the use of technology and connected site solutions can support operations to run more efficiently will be discussed in a debate led by Danielle Barker, Strategic Accounts Manager at SITECH; Balfour Beatty’s Mark Crawford; Mark Lawton, Head of Engineering, Surveying & GIS at Skanska; and Terry Thompson, Digital Earthworks Lead at EKFB (Keir).

Further technical insight into maximizing performance is provided by Alex Clarke, Finning’s Qualified Operator Trainer, through expert hints and tips.

For machine operators and contractors wanting to learn more about how some of the machines work in the real world, Digger Man Nick Drew and Quarry Girl Gemma Barber will share their thoughts on the latest models with independent reviews.

Delegates are welcome to ask questions and engage in debates on the industry’s key challenges. The day will also feature a series of “Ask the Experts” sessions, where customers will have the opportunity to participate in exclusive face-to-face meetings to get answers to specific questions.

Online visitors to FINROCK can access a variety of lectures and demonstrations, as well as visit the career zone and network with other attendees.

Registration for the event is completely free. So register today to take advantage of this great opportunity to take a close look at the latest machines, technologies and systems – and hear from those making a big impact in the construction, aggregates and waste industries.

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