Opryland was buzzing as printers, ink manufacturers and suppliers met in Nashville to learn about the newest developments in flexo.
Jenn Hess, Ink World Associate Editor09.06.05
Flexography continues to gain market share and challenge other printing technologies for customers as technological improvements are made to a process once referred to as “the red-headed step child.” Illustrating flexo’s promising future was the level of excitement at the 43rd Annual Foundation for Flexographic Technical Association (FFTA) Forum: A Flex-Odyssey, held May 6-9 at The Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN.
Printers, ink manufacturers, suppliers and equipment makers spent four days discussing growing markets and key issues related to flexography. Between the FFTA Forum – which consisted of four days of presentations on a variety of topics – and InfoFlex – a two-day trade show where attendees could learn about the newest products available to the market, the Flexographic Technical Association (FTA) reported that more than 1,500 people attended the event.
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