Conference looks at major trends, including sustainability, regulatory and technical issues and new technologies.
David Savastano, Editor11.12.19
Sustainability, regulatory and technical issues and new technologies are at the forefront of concerns for the ink industry and its suppliers, and the 63rd Annual National Printing Ink Research Institute’s (NPIRI) Technical Conference, hosted by the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM), offered attendees a comprehensive look at these and many other issues.
“The conference went really well,” NAPIM president John Copeland said. “The presentations were very informative and futuristic and gave a clear look at what is happening in our industry. I find this fascinating.”
“We were really pleased with the 2019 Technical Conference on every level, including attendance, quality of the speakers, session topics, evening events and the venue,” added George Fuchs, NAPIM’s director of regulatory affairs and technology. “Particularly exciting this year was the participation of Ryerson University attendees throughout the e
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