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Peli launches webinar series

Posted 9 January 2017 · Add Comment

Peli Products has introduced a new initiative offering regular product-focused webinars to provide insights on its product ranges, enabling professionals of different industries to share their expertise across sectors.



Everyone is invited to attend Peli’s webinars, which are held in English.



Since 1976, Peli has been developing high-performance products conceived for professionals from the most demanding sectors, including fire, safety, law enforcement, defence/military, aerospace, industrial, oil & gas, outdoor, life sciences and even consumer.

The new webinars serve to explain how these products can help the professionals working on those areas. Participants can register by clicking the link of the webinar they want to join, fill-in their name and e-mail address and they will then receive  a notification to join the webinar at the given time and date.



The scheduled monthly webinars will talk about Peli ATEX Safety Certified Torches, Peli remote area lighting systems, Peli Hardigg Technical Packaging Solutions, Peli’s Injection Moulded Cases, Peli Air newest 40% Lighter cases and Peli-Hardigg Rack Solutions. Also, these webinars will give the audience the space for asking questions or clarifying technical specifications.



“Peli is a leading company with important innovations in the lighting systems and high performance cases markets, owning multiple patents and pioneering new technologies. These webinars allow a broader and more direct way of communication for presenting our latest developments and reinforce the knowledge that our current professionals need in their respective areas” said Francesco Della Mora, Sales Director of Continental Europe.


Upcoming webinars during 2017:
http://peli.com/webinars

 

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