October 16 – 17, 2018
It will be a two-day intensive running from 8 am – 6 pm, both Tuesday and Wednesday.
Hilton Embassy Suites, Hughes Landing. The Woodlands, Texas.
Located just 25 minutes from Houston Intercontinental Airport.
The seminar is aimed at newcomers from the diaper industry and its material suppliers. Veteran professionals will also draw benefit from Industry Trends and Quality Control classes.
Carlos Richer has more than 30 years of experience in the diaper industry and clients from all over the world. He will lead the seminar with a mix of classroom and hands-on classes.
“Upon his first audit of our company, we realized the passion, dedication, and ocean of knowledge Mr. Richer has in the diaper and incontinence industry, all of which shines through the tremendous lifetime experience he has gathered leading diaper manufacturers all around the globe succeed in their respected markets.”
“Carlos is one of the most knowledgeable professionals in the disposable hygiene industry. He has vast experience, including manufacturing disposable hygiene products, designing hygiene products, and analyzing all the different hygienic products to highlight best in class designs and features.”
“He has an incredible ability to take what appears to be random actions and determine a mathematical model which can predict future actions. This can be extremely valuable to anyone in manufacturing and development. In addition, he is a thoroughgoing gentleman with impeccable integrity.”
“Excellent Seminar, full of up to date information about the present and future of the hygiene industry and Markets. I have been a manufacturer of both raw materials and finished products for over 28 years and was rewarded with so much new information. Mr. Richer is not only an expert in the field but has a marvelous ability to transfer knowledge even to the least experienced attendee. It was definitely the best experience I have ever had in a seminar of this kind. Everybody should attend and benefit from it. Thanks Carlos and his whole team for such a good work in helping the seminar become a wonderful experience. Totally worth it.”