Vinsak’s Ranesh Bajaj and BDM-ABG’s Keith Montgomery to speak at the conference

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Ranesh Bajaj, director at Vinsak, and Keith Montgomery, business development manager at ABG International will be speaking about the latest trends, new ideas, emerging technologies, new developments and best practices in label printing and finishing for digitally printed labels at the LMAI conference in Agra to be held from 20-23 July 2017. Apart from the presentation, visitors can meet industry experts from Pantec, Lombardi, Iwasaki, ABG, and VINSAK to gather information about their latest developments in the label industry.

“It’s a wonderful opportunity to be a silver sponsor of LMAI conference. It’s a great platform for printers and converters. The main aim of participating in this conference is to connect to the people and gain more insights about the label printing industry,” says Neeraj Sharma, executive director, Vinsak.

Sharma also added, “We love the theme of the current year—‘Innovation Simplified.’ We hope more people from our industry turn out for this mega conference and share the innovations in printing and packaging industry, which can simplify the operations for printers and converters.”

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