MAJOR and Haver & Boecker Niagara collaborate to improve customer screening efficiency
CANDIAC, QC — MAJOR, a leading global manufacturer of high-performance wire screening media, partners with Haver & Boecker Niagara to give operations the tools to maximize production, improve performance and increase revenue. The two processing equipment companies recently presented customers a one-of-a-kind informational webinar as part of the collaboration. The educational presentation discusses screening best practices and insights, and highlights real-world examples.
“MAJOR and Haver & Boecker Niagara are leaders in the screening industry, so joining forces gives us the ability to provide customers with a one-stop shop for improvements in every aspect of screening,” said Bernard Betts, MAJOR president. “This webinar complements our customer service efforts to support mineral processing operations. We are dedicated to helping producers improve efficiency and performance.”
The webinar features experts from both MAJOR and Haver & Boecker Niagara. The speakers detail the importance of screening in the aggregates and mining industries, selecting the right vibrating screen for the application, and many more topics to maximize screening performance.
MAJOR continues to provide customers with virtual educational resources during COVID-19. The best practices presentation accompanies two additional recently released videos – “How to Boost Screen Performance” and “How to Maintain Your Screen.” MAJOR hosts the on-demand webinars on an online portal where viewers can access a full list of the publicly available videos. New topics will be chosen based on questions or subjects MAJOR hears regularly brought up by customers. Each training webinar educates end-users on the best practices and new technologies to optimize their efficiency, fine-tune their screening and minimize unscheduled downtime.
In addition to MAJOR producing the public training webinars, companies can request private, virtual trainings. These sessions can focus in on topics specific to individual operations.