Print UV Conference organizers announced today the availability of the conference agenda for 2020. The annual event takes place March 25-27 and is the largest independent gathering on the topic of UV printing and packaging – drawing hundreds of printing company executives and UV practitioners from around the world, along with numerous subject-matter experts for a two-day content-rich exchange of ideas and information. To view the agenda and register for Print UV, visit www.printuv.com.
This year’s conference agenda will include topics ranging from experiences of the early movers in the new field of cannabis packaging, to best practices in pressroom water maintenance, to the latest in LED-UV coatings, to new consumer product sustainability requirements, to IoT and big data for printing machines, to an exclusive sneak preview of drupa technologies.
In its thirteenth consecutive year, the Print UV Conference is a “must-attend” event for anyone seeking to learn more about UV printing, to improve their existing UV processes, or to grow their business through UV and LED UV. “The relationships and knowledge gained at Print UV far surpass any other conference we’ve attended” said Rod Franson of Carlson Print Group. “This is not just any other conference; you will be meeting and working with UV people that can help your business.”
Sponsors of this year’s event make up an elite cross-section of the UV printing space, and will include experts from AMS Spectral UV, Baldwin Technology, Benford UV, Boettcher Systems, Flint Group, Graphco/RMGT/GEW, Huber Group, INX International, Koenig & Bauer, Komori America, Sun Chemical/Joules Angstrom, T&K Toka, Toyo Ink, Advanced Print Technologies (APT), Coatings and Adhesives Corporation, EAGLE Systems, IBS Blankets, and Zeller+Gmelin.
The annual Print UV Conference is produced by an independent organization, Print UV Productions, Inc. For more information about attending the event or joining as a sponsor, please contact Kati Zimmermann at email@example.com.
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