NEW HUDSON, MICH. (PRWEB) JANUARY 13, 2021
Exotic Automation & Supply, a premier Parker Hannifin distributor announced today they have released the agenda for the first annual 2021 Motion & Control Summit. The conference, slated to be held virtually on February 17-18th, 2021, features an extensive line-up of fluid power seminars.
The 2-day event features 16 sessions with topics including fluid power safety & productivity, ensuring machine uptime, tube vs. hose assemblies, automation basics, proper machine use, maintaining hydraulic system fluid for extended component life and more.
“Although we are unable to meet in person, we are proud to offer a line-up of informative courses for show attendees virtually,” Steve Orlando, Vice President of Sales & Marketing said. “The show is packed with a wide variety of classes that attendees will find helpful & enlightening.”
Special keynote speaker, NHRA champion driver John Force, will take the stage in a special session on Wednesday, February 17th at 1:00pm. Force will discuss some of his greatest racing accomplishments as well as interact with show attendees in a Q & A session.
Mike Chapman, Exotic’s Business Unit Manager will be leading the session with Force. “John Force has earned over 151 career wins and is a 21-time champion car owner,” Chapman said. “We are happy to have him be a part of the conference and I am really looking forward to our discussion.”
All attendees will receive a mystery show grab bag mailed to them as well as an entry to win one of six YETI coolers. The Motion & Control Summit is free to attend. Additional show information & registration can be found at: http://www.exoticautomation.com/mcsummit.
About Exotic Automation & Supply: Exotic Automation & Supply was founded in 1963 and has grown to become one of Parker Hannifin’s largest distributors in the United States. Exotic’s headquarters is located in New Hudson, Michigan. The company maintains full-service centers throughout Michigan & Indiana with locations in Ann Arbor, Freeland (Saginaw), Lansing, Taylor, Flint, Indianapolis, Jackson, Livonia, Noblesville, Rochester Hills, Shelby Township as well as at the main New Hudson complex.