There are signs that the ink industry may see economic improvement in 2003.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor09.09.05
“The Reality of Tomorrow” was this year’s theme for the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM) 2003 Annual Convention, which was held April 6-9 at Registry Resort & Club, Naples, FL.
While much of the talk was indeed about the future, the present state of the printing ink industry and NAPIM was very much on the minds of the attendees.
The annual State of the Industry Report offered some glimmers of hope for the industry for the future, but what was perhaps most impressive about the convention was that its attendance was up dramatically. This year, 300 people were at the convention, a 13 percent increase over the 260 attendees last year.
Urban S. Hirsch III, third from left, is joined by past Ault Award honorees, from left, Harvey Brice, Cal Sutphin, Mr. Hirsch, Ron Baker, Stuart Graham, Ron Barry, Donald Morrison and H. Howard Flint II.
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