Stiles announces next European tour of technology

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Stiles has been hosting technology tours for more than 25 years and has recently seen a rising interest from companies wishing to compare the European production processes and trends with those in the U.S.

“Generally, the trends we see in Europe migrate to the U.S. in one or two years,” Stiles vice president of marketing communications Stephan Waltman said in a statement. “This essentially gives U.S. companies a ‘sneak peek’ at how to prepare for the future. Given the resounding praise from past participants of our tech tours, the opportunities for getting new ideas and for networking with peers are extremely valuable benefits to consider.”

The next European Tour of Technology is scheduled for Sept. 22-29. A variety of manufacturing facilities will be visited including producers of office furniture, cabinetry, partition walls, tabletops and residential furniture. Details regarding the tour are available at www.stilesmachinery.com/events.

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