Print UV 2011 Conference Set for March 6-8 in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS—Nov. 18, 2010—UV systems leader and organizing sponsor of the Print UV Association, Air Motion Systems announces the official opening of registration for the 4th annual Print UV Conference to be held March 6-8, 2011 at the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas.

As with the three previous sold-out conferences, the Print UV 2011 event is expected to attract more than 200 printers, suppliers, trade media and industry observers connected to the rapidly growing UV printing movement sweeping the landscape of commercial printing, packaging and specialty graphics.

With a 2011 theme of “UV Printing Comes to Life,” the Print UV Conference has become “the venue” for the North American UV printing community—veterans and novices alike—to network, learn from peers, specialists and suppliers, and take home actionable strategies and ideas.

UV printing represents one of the key technologies available to all printers that not only brings production efficiency and environmentally friendly practices to the pressroom, but that can transform the entire business operation and sales strategy. Because UV touches everyone from customers, to sales, to internal operations and to suppliers, the conference focuses on bringing speakers, strategies and sessions that can assist with the entire cycle of transformation.

Speakers and topics for the 2011 conference will emphasize many practical techniques that can make a difference immediately to the printing organizations. Following a successful multi-track format of last year’s event that combines speakers, panel discussions, hands-on sessions, and intimate networking opportunities, members of the UV printing community will network and interact with a growing roster of top suppliers to the UV space.

Over 20 sponsoring organizations ( will be on hand to showcase ideas and technologies in an expanded “UV Arena” representing UV presses, UV ink and coating formulators, UV substrate manufacturers, UV consumable makers and UV systems technology companies.

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