A school in Greenville, South Carolina with ties to Clemson University is launching a new online packaging curriculum designed with the automotive sector in mind.
The Automotive Packaging Certificate will be offered by The Packaging School. It’s aimed at professionals wanting to learn more about industry specifics related to automotive packaging.
Among the experts assembled to contribute to the curriculum are Josh Galvarino, who works for Mercedes-Benz U.S. International as the Dangerous Goods Transportation lead for North American parts distribution centers, and Drew Cockman, section manager for BMW Manufacturing Logistics Planning/Packaging.
The Automotive Packaging Certificate, meant to relay an understanding of the packaging supply chain through an in-depth study across automotive manufacturers, part suppliers and packaging providers, is set to launch March 2.
The Packaging School is “the exclusive licensee of a professional packaging curriculum developed at Clemson University,” according to its website.
Enrollment for the program is open now, with classes starting at $2,400 and team pricing available. More can be learned here.