Convention covers topics of flexible packaging, new markets and more.
David Savastano, Editor05.13.16
The printing industry is evolving. Packaging remains strong, but new fields are emerging to replace declining markets. At this year’s National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers’ (NAPIM) Annual Convention, these topics and more headlined the meetings.
NAPIM’s 101st Annual Convention was held at Red Rocks Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas from April 1-4, and attendees heard detailed talks on flexible packaging, printed electronics, textile printing and more.
NAPIM president Pat Carlisle, president of Joules Angstrom U.V. Printing Inks, felt the conference was “fantastic. It seemed like there was a lot more involvement and camaraderie here. I haven’t heard a single negative comment,” he added.
“It’s been a very good convention,” John Copeland, NAPIM executive director, said. “The substance has been good, and people are enjoying the location and speakers.”
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