Image to Print comes to India – Rajkot 19 & 20 September

Printing Technology & Innovation Days for Flexible Packaging

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The ‘Image-to-Print’ roadshow set up by Janoschka, Nordmeccanica, Rossini, Siegwerk and Windmöller & Hölscher will have its next stop-over in India in Rajkot, Gujarat on 19 and 20 September 2018.

The touring event, also known as the Printing Technology & Innovation Days for Flexible Packaging, has been running with huge success around the world since 2009. Dedicated to supporting local printers, brand owners and the finishing industry, the workshops offer an insight into the best practices of gravure and flexographic printing and highlight global trends in the packaging industry.

Key highlights

The workshops focus on the requirements and conditions of the local market; specifically on market developments, strategies and technical innovations in printing inks and printing tools as well as printing and laminating machines for gravure and flexographic applications.

Besides presentations and think-tank discussions, the agenda of the conference will include a visit to a leading packaging printer. The symposium in India is the eighteenth stop for the very successful Image-to-Print roadshow. It has already visited Russia, Malaysia, Thailand, Brazil, Argentina, Dubai, Mexico, Indonesia, China, Vietnam, Italy, Poland, Hungary, Philippines, China and South Africa.

For further information, please visit www.image-to-print.com or contact the organization office at roadshow@image-to-print.com

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