Amaury Patin, with the Nestlé Research Center, and Todd Fayne of PepsiCo will share their experiences with the technology at the UV+EB Packaging Conference, on Oct. 24, 2017, in Philadelphia.
This one-day event features a full day of talks, including knowledge panels on migration and regulation, a table top exhibition, and a special session by the Foil and Special Effects Association (FSEA). In addition, RadTech, the non profit trade association for UV+EB Technology will hold a member meeting, open to all, the following day on October 25. This compact, economical, one-day event offers the state-of-the-art of UV+EB and access to leading industry experts.
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Here is the full conference program – including a special session organized by the Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA):
Printing Inks for Food Contact Materials at Nestlé
Amaury Patin, Nestlé Research Center
New Regulatory Reforms: From Broad Strokes to Small Details
Eric F. Greenberg, Eric F. Greenberg, P.C.
Are You Being Told the Truth About Food Packaging Compliant Ink?
Julie Cross, Domino Printing
UV LED Low Migration Laminating Adhesives for Flexible Packaging
Jennifer Heathcote, Phoseon, Catherine Heckman, Ashland, Jake Staples, Ashland
EB Inks for Food Flexible Packaging
Im Rangwalla, ESI
Water-based Energy Curable Compositions for Graphics Applications, Including Food Packaging and Inkjet Inks
Jo Ann Arceneaux, Allnex USA, Inc.
UV Ink jet Inks for Packaging
Tom Molamphy, AGFA
Regulatory Panel Discussion
Amaury Patin, Nestle, Eric F. Greenberg, Dr. Greg Pace, Sun Chemical, and more.
Low Migration Panel Discussion
Todd Fayne, PepsiCo, Sean Evans, Label Impressions, Julie Cross, Domino, Jim Bishop, Sun Chemical, Eric F. Greenberg, and more.
Photo courtesy radtech.org