Amplify opens with a pre-event sustainability summit on 13 June

The event will take place from 14-16 June

Amplify is opening with a pre-event sustainability summit on 13 June and will continue till 16 June 2022 at the Minneapolis Convention Center Photo: Amplify
Amplify is opening with a pre-event sustainability summit on 13 June and will continue till 16 June 2022 at the Minneapolis Convention Center Photo: Amplify

The Association for Print Technologies (APTech) and the Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA) are pleased to feature the FSEA-sponsored, pre-Amplify sustainability summit on 13 June at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The Amplify event begins on 14 June and runs through 16 June 2022 at the same venue.

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The schedule for Amplify summit program

  • Amplify event will begin with an overview of the recently released American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) design guidance for recyclability, a resource to help designers and brands design and manufacture packaging to meet recyclability goals.
  • Outline new information from recent studies on the repulpability and recyclability of both hot and cold transfer foils.
  • Feature a panel of experts, including representatives from American greetings, diamond packaging, Kurz transfer products, and others, will discuss packaging sustainability from the perspective of brand owners.
  • Detail alternatives for hot and cold foil waste to help eliminate the landfill.

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