photo: Messe Düsseldorf/ctillmann
Toyo Ink, a world leader in inks and coatings, and ESI, the world leader in ebeam technology, are organizing a seminar highlighting advances in EB technology and solutions for the flexible packaging industry at Interpack 2017 on the 5th of May and 8th of May.
One of the topics will be recent advancements in EB curable flexo inks. Distinguished speakers from TOYO INK, UTECO and ESI will deliver presentations on the latest generation of EB Inks, EB Flexo presses and EB Curing equipment for the flexible packaging market.
Due to limited availability of seats, we are forced to hold the seminar on a strict pre-registration and invitation basis. In view of this, we kindly request you to register immediately.
Upon receipt of your registration and interest, we will send you the e-mail confirmation, invitation and exact details of the Venue.
Interpack is a trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany taking place from May 4th to May 10th this year. The fair is geared to all markets that the packaging industry plays a critical part in, like the food, beverage, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical sectors. Interpack is the hub for all things packaging and has a focus on overcoming challenges faced by packagers across the globe. It is also a place for organizations to showcase the latest technologies and innovations they've been working on and to meet and find others within the industry.
Interpack typically sees over 170,000 visitors from countries across the world. There are also thousands of exhibitors showcasing their latest product developments and services. Learn more about the exhibitors, schedule, and venue of Interpack 2017 at www.interpack.com.
About Toyo Ink
Toyo Ink is a Japanese-based company whose products are used around the world. The company specializes in developing printing inks for the packaging market. Toyo Ink recently announced their EB curable Elex-one ink line, which is food safe and works well with the flexible packaging application. Toyo Ink engineers specially formulated this line of inks to be cured through EB irradiation and maintain all the attributes needed for the food and beverage industry. You can learn more about Toyo Ink at www.toyoink.com.
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