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August 8, 2016
Vol. 18 No. 16
Serving The Flexographic Printing Industry In Print and Online at www.nvpublications.com
GM Graphix Runs Press On Solar Power by Greg Kishbaugh S uccess in business often comes down to the ability to stay ahead of competitors in terms of the latest technological advances. GM Graphix, a South African flexo printing company, was re- cently awarded the most innovative use of LED curing technol- ogy by Phoseon Technology. GM Graphix is reportedly the first
CPP Expo Issues Call For Papers
Collaboration in Packaging Produc- tion/CPP EXPO 2017, co-located with ISA International Sign Expo, has invit- ed package printing, finishing and production professionals to submit an abstract for consideration and pre- sentation at the CPP conference pro- gram in Las Vegas April 19-21, 2017. CPP offers suppliers an opportuni- ty to participate in the education and enhancement of package print- ers, converters, and all those in- volved in conceptualizing, designing and producing packaging materials. Innovation Opportunities “This is an excellent opportunity for companies that provide innova- tive solutions and technologies to packaging professionals to share in- formation about new technologies, applications and solutions,” said Jane McDermott, CPP Show Director.“We are seeking presentations that close- ly examine trends and technologies that drive today's packaging materi- als' design and production sectors.” Topics of interest include all
flexographic company in the world to run a six-color flexo press with LED curing technology powered by solar panels. The press, which utilizes LED light sources from Phoseon, is said to use 70 percent less energy to produce labels and has re- portedly increased productivity by 75 percent. GM Graphix was launched 27 years ago in Alberton, South Africa, and then opened another branch eight years ago in Bloemfontein.The company does the majority of its business in the self adhesive labels market, but also provides foiling, sa- chets, shrink sleeves and wraps. (Cont’d on Page 12)
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processes involved in package printing, finishing and overall packaging materials’ production.The target audi- ences are all “influencers” in packaging materials’ pro- duction, and those interested in expanding their operations to include package printing/packaging pro- duction.These topics may include but are not limited to: • Packaging Design - Branding, Security, Messaging, Sustainability • Digital & Hybrid Printing Processes in Packaging • Flexographic Printing • Inkjet Printing • 3D Printing • Label Printing •Wide Format Printing • Gravure Printing • Coating & Laminating Processes • Slitting/Rewinding • UV/EB • Pre-press/Workflow Solutions Presentations must provide optimal technical and management expertise so as to assist in making in- formed purchasing decisions. Select submissions will also be reviewed by Graphic Communication Institute at Cal Polyfor inclusion in their program. The deadline for submissions is August 15.
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Flexible Packaging Market To Reach $125.66 Billion The global market for flexible packaging is projected to grow from $97.97 billion in 2016 to $125.66 billion by 2021, at an estimated Compound Annual Growth Rate of 5.11 percent from 2016 to 2021. The flexible packaging market is driven by growing end user indus- tries such as food & beverages, cosmetics & toiletries, healthcare, and others (household products, oil & lu- bricants, agricultural products, and sporting goods). On basis of material, the plastic films segment ac- counted for largest market share in 2015, according to the new report from RnR Market Research, and is projected to grow at highest rate during forecast pe- riod, in terms of both volume and value. This is pri- marily because of their high quality, low cost, and excellent barrier properties. Flexo Rules Flexography is the most widely used printing tech- nology among other technologies; in 2015, this seg- ment accounted for the largest share, in terms of both, volume and value.The digital printing technolo- gy segment is projected to grow at the highest rate by 2021.
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FTA To Feature Anilox Roll Debate At Fall Conference Themed Improving Today…Envisioning Tomor- row , Flexographic Technical Association’s 2016 Fall Conference will conclude with a session titled, “The Great Anilox Roll Debate.” “At the heart of any flexographic printing process is the anilox roll,” said Co-Chair Eric Frank, KBA-Flex- otecnica.“As such, it’s vital to understand the various cell geometries and how these designs affect ink transfer, print quality and consistency. This session, coupled with an audience Q&A, will educate atten- dees so they return home with meaningful knowl- edge they can implement immediately.” The 90-minute session will take place on Wednes- day, Oct. 12 from 10:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Each de- bater will discuss why certain technical parameters are designed to achieve a variety of results relative to cell structure, depth and design. The following experts will participate: • Bill Bessett,Territory Business Manager,ARC Inter- national • Nick Harvey, Technical Director Global Applica- tions,Apex International • Bill Poulson, HGS Technical Graphics Advisor, Harper Corporation of America • David Skellie, President, Interflex Laser Engravers • Shane Weber,Technical Sales Representative, Bing- ham Flexo Services FTA’s Fall Conference will take place October 10-12 at The Galt House Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky. Serv- ing as chairs are Eric Frank, KBA-Flexotecnica and Sean Teufler, Siegwerk. Great Lakes Label To Host Labeling Innovation Summit Great Lakes Label, LLC, a label manufacturer in Comstock Park, Michigan, is hosting the second annu- al Labeling Innovation Summit, August 3, from 12-4 pm, at its facility. Members of Actega, Fasson, Nicoat,Wilson Manufac- turing, Fujifilm, Kurz Foils, MarkMarker, and SafetyDe- cals will be on hand to speak with attendees. This is the second year for Great Lakes Label’s La- beling Summit. Flint Group Acquires UK’s Druckfarben Flint Group has acquired Druckfarben Limited, a UK- based supplier of inks, varnishes, coatings, blankets, and pressroom consumables for sheetfed printing.
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Grupo Signs Large Order With Bobst
At Drupa 2016, Mexican paper and packaging manu- facturer, Grupo Gondi, signed a deal with Bobst and BHS Corrugated for the supply of eleven new produc- tion lines.The order will see equipment installed at ex- isting Grupo Gondi facilities in Mexico, as well as at green field sites, over the next two years.The purchase includes two complete 2.5m wide corrugators de- signed by BHS Corrugated, a Bobst pre-print press line, flat-bed Bobst diecutters, and five automated Bobst folding and gluing lines.The delivery of the equipment will commence during the last quarter of 2016. Grupo Gondi’s new Bobst 90SIX flexo press will feature repeats of up to 2060 mm and speeds of up 500 meters per minute. Its CI architecture is said to make it ideal for printing on low grammage paper while delivering graphics close to offset quality. The press will join two other 90SIX presses in the group and will be installed at an undisclosed Grupo Gondi plant by the end of 2017. Like the two presses bought by Grupo Gondi be- fore it, the new 90SIX will be equipped with smartG- PS, Bobst’s off-press impression setting system that reduces set-up waste to almost zero and allows users to produce even the smallest of orders. Another spe- cial feature of the press is a downstream unit de- signed for the application of both water-based and UV curable inks.This allows the machine to be used for all types of pre-print carton applications, includ- ing the production of premium beer packaging. Italian repro house Inci.Flex has become the first operation to automate its flexo platemaking process with Esko’s new CDI Crystal 5080 XPS. Inci.Flex chose the CDI Crystal 5080 XPS to enable it to produce a f lexo result that competes with gravure in a fast, cost-effective printing process. Inci.Flex already runs two CDI Spark 5080s with Full HD Flexo, a Kongsberg XN 22 cutting table with the Digital Flexo Suite, as well as PackEdge, Artpro, Plato, DeskPack, Studio, Automation Engine, Imaging Engine and Color Engine. The newly launched CDI Crystal 5080 XPS flexo platemaking system reported- ly innovates flexo platemaking by uniquely and si- multaneously exposing both sides of a flexo plate using UV LED heads. It also combines imaging and exposing.This reportedly results in 50 percent fewer manual steps, 30 percent faster access to plates and 73 percent less required operator time. Inci.Flex Installs Esko’s CDI Crystal 5080 XPS
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Talk with your Pamarco Representative about specifications for your application. Email email@example.com or visit www.pamarco.com Increased profitability is our goal for every client. Pamarco products, technical support and an understanding of the desires and dreams of our converters gives us the unique ability to stimulate positive growth. We provide each client with ready access to a team that is dedicated to improving both their printing processes and their productivity. Our consistent service and support delivers not only a product, but improved profitability as well. 7 YOUNG YEARS James knows Flexo! Committed to the market since 1946 , our business culture and value for relationships have been the drivers and differentiating factors behind our position as the most successful global flexographic anilox supplier to date. From offering the most extensive portfolio of products on the market, to offering the best consultative advice and delivering an overall superior customer service; all underpinned by our passionate corporate culture, Pamarco has been able to build enduring and meaningful relationships with converters and OEM suppliers around the globe.
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OEC Graphics - Canada Continues Growth
OEC Graphics – Canada, Greater Vancouver, British Columbia, a premedia provider to the flexo, corrugat- ed and consumer product markets, has added liquid photopolymer plate production. Producing digital and liquid plates (as large as 50 inches x 80 inches) and mounting services, this manufacturing facility complements and supports the company’s other cor- rugated locations: Union City, California; Salt Lake City, Utah; Chicago, Illinois; and Appleton,Wisconsin. PIA Opens Nominations For Education Award Printing Industries of America is opening a call for nominations for educators, industry trainers, and pro- grams in the graphic communications field for the 2016 Education Awards of Excellence and the 2016 Frederick D. Kagy Education Award of Excellence. Nomination of a deserving individual or school for their respective award must be postmarked, faxed, or emailed by October 12, 2016. Both award ceremonies will take place at the TAGA 2017 Annual Technical Conference on March 20–22, 2017, in Houston,Texas.
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Flexographic Tech Graduates Press Operators In October of 2015, Flexographic Tech opened as a Minnesota not-for-profit Corporation with the mis- sion to teach flexographic press operations through hands-on training. Since opening, seven graduates from its 12-week training program have been certi- fied and are now full-time press operators, running equipment ranging from aWebtron 750 to Mark Andy P-Series. Flexo Training Flexographic Tech started its third 12-week press operator training program on June 6th, to train anoth- er four operators to have careers as pressmen in the Flexographic industry. Outside of these seven graduates, Flexographic Tech has educated an additional 20+ people on the basics of Flexography during two 3-day Flexo 101 classes. Sponsors of the school include, Green Bay Packag- ing; AWT Labels and Packaging; Computype; Mark Andy; Eaglewood Technologies; Flint Group; UPM Raflatac; Harper Corporation of America; and Avery Dennison.
KBA Returns To Corrugated Sheetfed Corrugated Market KBA announced its return to the sheetfed flexo market for corrugated at drupa and has named KBA North America to handle its sales, parts, and service. The KBA Corrugraph sheetfed flexo press is said to offer a high-performance press for large-format corru- gated board printing. The Corrugraph with an inline rotary die-cutter has a maximum rated output of 12,000 sheets per hour and can print and die-cut multicolor graphics inline on corrugated board up to 134 inches wide and 0.39 in thick. The press also includes many features such as: • Infeed system with a larger distance between the feed system and first print cylinder group; • Precise color register through shaftless lead edge feeder with variable control of the feed table for vari- ous sheet lengths, and • Gearless, oil-free printing units For free information contact KBA-Flexotecnica, 2555 Regent Blvd, Dallas, TX 75229 or phone (469) 532-8000. Supplier Products
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Adflex Adds Nilpeter Press
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Adflex Corporation, Rochester, New York, produd- ers of label identification and contract packaging products, have installed a new UV, FB servo press from Nilpeter. “The new FB Servo press from Nilpeter allows us to enter new markets and deliver the highest quality so-
Adheso-Graphics, Inc. www.adheso-graphics.com
AGI manufactures, distributes and converts current tech- nology flexo mounting tapes and backing systems for cor- rugated plate mounting. Flexstik hard vinyl, FlexSoft, bi.esse brand, Gold Series Thin tapes for sleeve and Narrow web plate mounting. Specialty tapes that cover the vast thickness range re- quirements and specific adhesion systems for all flexo mounting requirements. We provide technical service and problem solving services for unique customers & applications.
Advanced Prepress Graphics, Inc. www.flexoprepress.com
Flexo Plate making at it’s finest. All format’s available up to 42” x 80”. Flexo artwork, Flexo films, and Flexo Plates.
Jeff Andolora, President of Adflex, welcomes the new Nilpeter 8-color FB servo flexo press.
Anderson & Vreeland, Inc. www.andersonvreeland.com
lutions to our customers,” said Jeff Andolora, Presi- dent of Adf lex Corporation. “It is an 8-color, all UV-platform with direct servo drive automation.” Flint To Host 12th Annual Narrow Web Print Awards The winners of the Annual Narrow Web Print Awards will be announced during a live event on the Flint Group stand at Labelexpo Americas in Chicago, September 14, 4 pm at stand 840.The criteria for judg- ing follows the standard guidelines set by the industry associations FINAT and TLMI and include: registration, smoothness of dot/vignette, overall print quality, and degree of difficulty.The judges also review each label for creative use of inks and color – rewarding prints that exhibit extraordinary use of ink. TAGA Opens 2017 Call For Papers The Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA) has announced its call for Scientific Papers and Technical Innovation Papers. Accepted papers will be presented at the TAGA 2017 Annual Technical Conference, March 20–22, 2017, in Houston,Texas. Scientific Papers are based on emerging science, technology, and the application of all forms of graphic technology and printing processes. Technical Innova- tion Papers cover topics where a broad technology perspective is needed, focusing on issues that are cur- rent to the industry and critical to its development. The deadline for submission is September 2.
A&V manufactures a complete line of photopolymer plate processing systems and is a leading distributor of flexo- graphic platemaking materials. A&V also sells digital imag- ing systems and software specifically designed for flexography.
ARC International www.ARCInternational.com
ARC International is a world leader in the manufacturing of roller products for flexography. The latest nanotechnolo- gy laser engraving in our Charlotte and Las Vegas manu- facturing facilities ensures superior quality and consistency in anilox rollers.
Comexi Group Industries S.A.U. www.comexigroup.com
The Comexi Group is a leading supplier of quality flexographic C.I. presses for the flexible packaging indus- try worldwide. We also provide solventless laminators, slitter/rewinders and related peripheral equipment such as automatic wash-up systems, solvent recovery sys- tems, automatic roll unloaders, and plate cylinder/sleeve storage systems. DuPont Packaging Graphics is the world’s leading suppli- er of flexographic printing systems in digital and conven- tional formats; including Cyrel® brand photopolymer plates, Cyrel® FAST processing equipment, Cyrel® round sleeves, mounting and finishing products. For more than 35 years, beginning with Cyrel®, the first photopolymer printing plate, through to today’s digital workflow revolution, DuPont has been driving innovation in the Flexo and package printing industries. The Digital Cyrel® FAST imaging system has been broadly recognized for its efficiency, productivity, print perfor- mance, and environmental benefits. DuPont Packaging Graphics www.cyrel.com/na
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Labelexpo Americas Reveals Conference Program Labelexpo Americas has announced its conference program for 2016, scheduled to run September 13-14 as part of the three-day trade exhibition. Featuring 16 sessions, the conference opens with the CEO panel dis- cussion and an overview of the market trends.Moderat- ed by Georges Gravanis of Avery Dennison, panelists will include John Attayek of Inovar Packaging Group, McDowell Label’s John McDowell, John M. Cappy from the Outlook Group and Fortis Solutions Group’s John Wynne.They will discuss issues including consolidation in the marketplace, investing for the future and how to equip the industry’s workforce of tomorrow. The afternoon sessions will be split into two streams with the first focusing on digital technologies. Individ- ual presentations will include a look at inkjet systems for industrial applications with contributions from TLF Graphics and McLoone Metal Graphics, as well as digi- tal print finishing for labels and packaging and cus- tomizing seasonal products using digital printing. The second stream will highlight smart and interac- tive products and include several real life case stud- ies.Thin Film Electronics and Canadian printer Jones Packaging will be sharing their experience with inte- grating NFC labels with packaging for global pharma- ceutical products. The second case study will highlight the use of smart labels and packaging in in- creasing consumer engagement with Constantia La- bels and Inland giving an insight into working with the Oculto and Cubanisto beer brands. Hearing From Converters Day two will include the converter panel discus- sion and an update on how the Internet of Things (IoT) is impacting on the market. The afternoon is again split into two streams and concentrates on new technical innovations and package printing. New in- novations being covered will include the latest ad- vances in linerless labels, as well as implementing an effective MIS solution to improve workflow and prof- itability. Package printing presentations will feature a panel discussion on flexible and folding carton print- ing and with the market moving away from paper, the last session explores diversifying into new mar- kets by adopting film labels and flexible packaging. Celebrating its 15th edition, Labelexpo Americas will be held at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, Illinois, from September 13–15. This year’s show will feature more than 400 exhibitors, host class- es in association with the Label Academy and include the LinerlessTrail and the Digital Finishing Experience.
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The company’s passion for responsible environ- mental stewardship, along with its of advocacy of solar power, led GM Graphix President Pieter Massyn to launch a new company called GM solar. The com- pany will provide mobile solar-powered units and hopes to have its first Solar Shop open to the public next month. The company will also offer training at the brand new training center at GM Graphix’s Alber- ton headquarters. GM Graphix is passionately committed to the envi- ronment and to reducing its carbon footprint. In 2015, the company reportedly reduced its carbon footprint by a total of 17 percent and reduced it an- other 16 percent in 2016 — a two-year reduction of 34 percent. In the first six months of this year saw the company experienced a 41 percent saving on electricity by simply introducing LED lights throughout the facility. Sun Chemical Opens New Coatings Lab Sun Chemical has opened a new coatings lab in its Carlstadt, New Jersey, research and development fa- cility. The 11,000-square-foot investment features equipment and analytical support for studying migra- tion, adhesion, permeability, and other performance- related coating phenomena. SEM microscopy, atomic force microscopy, IR surface mapping, sophisticated surface energy measurement and many other tech- niques are used to advance the fundamental under- standing of key coatings performance attributes. A variety of equipment has been added to the new lab, including: gas transmission rate analyzers, glass bottle testing instrumentation, and coatings spraying equipment to develop new and improved water, sol- vent, and energy curable primers, inks, and coatings. A lab laminator will be added in 2017 to help study the interaction between ink, substrate, primers, over- print varnishes and laminating adhesives. Beverage Packaging To Grow To $138.7 Billion Global demand for beverage packaging was valued at $108.4 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach $138.7 billion in 2021, according to a new report from Zion Market Research. The market is expected to grow at a compound Annual Growth Rate of 4.2 percent between 2016 and 2021. North America dominated the beverage packaging market in 2015.
Eaglewood Technologies, LLC www.eaglewoodtech.com
Eaglewood Technologies offers the Sanilox™ Anilox Roll Cleaning System, an innovative, environmentally safe sys- tem. Sanilox™2.0 uses a touch-screen interface to clean rolls in-line or off-line with the simple touch of a button. It can be operated in English or Spanish and monitor roll in- ventory by entering roll information into the touch-screen interface. Eaglewood Technologies offers cleaning service in your facility, or a ship-in roll cleaning program. Flint Group Flexographic Products develops, manufactur- ers and markets an extensive portfolio of printing consum- ables, including: nyloflex® photopolymer printing plates and processing equipment, and dayCorr® die-cutting blankets and anvil covers. With a strong customer focus, unmatched service and support, and superior products, Flint Group strives to provide exceptional value, consistent quality and continuous innovation to customers around the world. Flint Group www.flintgrp.com
Harper Corporation of America www.harperimage.com
We’ve made ceramic anilox rolls longer than anyone in the world and pride ourselves on being the best in the world. Whether wide web, narrow web, newspaper, or cor- rugated markets, Harper continuously strives to bring new flexographic products and services to the printing industry that will improve the quality of your graphics.
J I MacWilliam Co., Inc. www.jimacwilliam.com
Used equipment for flexible packaging, folding carton, paper, film, foil and non-woven industries. Professional, knowledgeable service for more than 30 years.
KBA-Flexotecnica – Get the Edge www.kba-flexotecnica.com/en/
Flexotecnica’s patented Safe Sleeve Change® system and Speedy Clean® auto washup system are designed to give converters a competitive edge through Flexotecnica’s commitment to research and development. Sales, service and support for Flexotecnica presses is provided by KBA North America, Inc. in Dallas, Texas with U.S. resident technicians, an extensive spare parts inventory and an ex- perienced, dedicated service staff. Mark Andy, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of nar- row and mid-web printing and converting equipment. The company has a rich history of delivering solutions to in- crease productivity and profitability for the label and pack- aging markets. The company supplies leading global brands including Comco printing/converting machinery, Mark Andy printing/converting machinery and UVTechnolo- gy curing systems and replacement parts. Mark Andy, Inc. is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, with sales and dis- tribution offices in France, Switzerland, and the UK. Mark Andy, Inc. www.markandy.com
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New at Label Expo – Tubescan EagleView
100% INSPECTION WITH DETAIL VIEWING IN ONE SYSTEM Tubescan EagleView is the
New Features for Tubescan Tubescan has been a huge success, and many new features and product enhancements continue to be made. Three new optional features are now available: The D i s t anc e Mon i t o r i ng Module allows measuring and monitoring areas on the web and gives alarms when the actual exceeds the specified standard and tolerances defined. UV inspection uses UV illumination to perform 100% inspection of UV fluorescent security features and the like. Surface Inspection is used to inspect non printed homogeneous materials for surface defects, such as pin holes and the like. Tubescan EagleView can be seen at Label Expo in the BST North America booth, # 837.
newest model within the Tubescan® 100% inspection product line, from BST North America. Tubescan EagleView is the first 100% inspection system in the world to incorporate both a 100% inspection camera and a detail viewing camera in one system. The disadvantage of all 100% inspection systems is that while they are doing 100% inspection of the web, the camera / system cannot do anything else. But press operators still need a camera to look at the printed web; typically to inspect details such as register marks, traps, and similar print details. Tubescan EagleView has two cameras in a single housing. One camera provides 100% inspection of the material 100% of the time, while the second camera - which is on a moving traverse - simultaneously provides highly magnified images of any area or detail within the print repeat.
The detail viewing camera allows the operator to look at areas of 1¼” X 1”, at a resolution of 1600 X 1200 pixels, and is used to look at register marks, traps, reverse print, slur marks and other important print quality indicators. Tubescan EagleView models are available for webs from 10” to 22” for running speeds up to 820 feet per minute, and will perform 100% inspection and identify defects as fine as 0.3mm2.
Flint Group Flexographic Products Yunuén Sánchez has been named Global Marketing Director Flexo- graphic Products. Sánchez holds a Master of Science degree in Textile Engineering as well as a Business Administration degree and a certification as Six Sigma Black Belt. She will be based at Flint Group’s site in Stuttgart, Germany. Pamarco Tony Ruth has been named Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Offset Division of Pamarco Ruth will be responsible for lead- ing the sales organization and dri- ving the marketing strategy for the Offset Division and will be based out of the companies’ Marietta, Geor- gia, facility. People & Places
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Container Graphics Jeff Bunge has been promoted to the new role of Corporate Cutting Die Product Manager for Container Graphics, Cary, North Carolina, and will be a member of the company’s Corporate Engineering and Manufac- turing group.
SGP To Host 2016 Sustainability Conference The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP) will host the 2016 Sustainability Conference, Septem- ber 13, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Members of the print supply chain who attend the 2016 Sustainability Conference will: • Listen to speakers and participants who provide ideas through presentation and conversations to em- power a company’s sustainability journey, • Join like-minded individuals committed to sustain- ability through the entire print chain from suppliers to consumers of print to create a new level of sus- tainability for the industry, • Learn through live discussions on latest innova- tions and best practices driving sustainability, and • Meet companies that have achieved the SGP facili- ty certification for sustainability.
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