Eminence Business Media

Eminence Business Media

Tuesday, August 31, 2010


There are only two weeks left before the label converting event of the year - Labelexpo Americas 2010, taking place 14-16 September at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Chicago. There is more to see than ever before, and not just for labels, but also unsupported film, flexible packaging and sleeve applications, cartons, RFID insertion, medical applications and booklet finishing. This unique opportunity comes only once every two years and there’s no way one would want to miss out and let their competitors take the advantage.

This year’s show will have more global product launches than ever before. Expect to see (for the first time anywhere) major new presses from the likes of Mark Andy, Nilpeter and MPS. Digital presses that have never been shown in North America before include that of Xeikon and Domino. With a vast array of digital and HD flexo developments, there is simply no better place to see all the latest industry innovations.

In the Technology workshops, one will get to see how four different printing technologies (liquid toner, dry toner, inkjet and HD flexo) compare on the same jobs. It’s a first and there would be daily live demonstrations on three different label specs. Beyond labels section will feature new opportunities for the converter wherein new opportunities can be unraveled in short-run packaging applications, including flexible packaging, folding cartons and pouches.

The show would also have labelexpo’s largest conference ever as 20 conference sessions, covering topics as diverse as digital printing, branding solutions to leadership and business as well as environmental sustainability is covered. There are not only big discounts for multiple sessions, but if you register for any conference session, you automatically get free entry to the expo.

Mike Fairley is going to chair a three hour digital masterclass with some of the industry’s leading experts on the last day of the show. It is the ultimate overview of digital technology! Compare different processes, applications and solutions. In order to make the session as interactive as possible seating is strictly limited. Can you miss this unique opportunity?