August 17, 2015
SCREEN Americas, a leader in production-class inkjet printing systems, will be attending the Tag and Label Manufacturers Institute’s (TLMI) 2015 Technical Conference as an exhibitor and presenter.
This educational event, titled “Breaking Boundaries: Insight into Business Strategy and Technical Operations,” will run from September 1-3 in Chicago. Sessions will focus on market trends that affect the narrow-web label and packaging sector, disruptive technologies in label applications and strategies to confront the rapidly changing competitive landscape.
As a TLMI supplier member, SCREEN will staff a tabletop exhibit at the tech conference. Attendees will be able to see print samples produced on the SCREEN Truepress Jet L350UV inkjet label press and learn more about the machine’s capabilities, as well as those of the JetConverter L350 digital label finishing line and other strides SCREEN is making in digital label production. SCREEN recently announced new software, hardware and finishing features designed to make the Truepress Jet L350UV more productive and profitable for label shops.
In addition, Sean Cummins, product manager for the Truepress Jet L350UV, will join several panelists in a special session, “A Deeper Dive — Business Track,” scheduled for the closing day of the conference.
“The TLMI tech conference gives individuals and organizations an opportunity to meet like-minded industry experts and gather trustworthy information,” Cummins said. “Taking part in this event is another example of SCREEN’s ongoing commitment to helping packaging and converting professionals make sound business growth decisions. I look forward to engaging in lively and enlightening discussions with all my TLMI friends and prospective clients.”
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