Amplify welcomes industry leaders

Amplify to hold live equipment demonstrations in the technology zone

Amplify is ready to welcome the top industry brands for the show
Amplify is ready to welcome the top industry brands for the show

The presenters of Amplify, the Print Finishing & Embellishment Event, the Association for Print Technologies (APTech), and the Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA) are delighted to welcome the participation of printing and packaging industry leaders Xerox, Bobst, Konica Minolta, and W+D North America, as sponsors and exhibitors in the event set for 14-16 June at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

Together with these recent additions to the lineup, Amplify will also showcase the products and services of noteworthy companies in the print finishing and embellishment space, including Canon Solutions America, Scodix, Baldwin, AMS Spectral UV, Heidelberg, Duplo, Harris & Bruno International, Infinity Foils, and Universal Engraving (UEI Group Companies).

Amplify will have various products and equipment on its display

Attendees will experience live equipment demonstrations in the technology zone from companies, including Kama, Absolute Printing Equipment, Rollem, Kurz Transfer Products, and Skandacor. The Mailing Pavilion, sponsored by the Envelope Manufacturers Association (EMA), will spotlight hot topics and trends in envelopes, direct mail, and data service industries, from exhibitors including Parkland Direct, Victor Envelope, and newly signed W+D North America.

Amplify sets its sights on raising the standard for metallic decorating techniques, folding and gluing, UV coating, laminates, laser cutting, binding, embossing, diecutting, and direct mail by showcasing the brands, products, equipment, software, and experts involved in the many processes. 


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