April 17, 2013
Amsterdam The Netherlands
Park Plaza Airport Hotel
AWA (Alexander Watson Associates)
+44 1442 875552
For industry participants who wish to extend their knowledge of the developing in-mold technologies in addition to sleeving technologies, the AWA In-mold Technologies Seminar 2013 takes place one day prior to the sleeving conference, at the same venue. This biennial event brings together molding industry professionals from all segments of the value chain to hear the latest news on the market for in-mold labeling and product decoration. Led by Corey M Reardon, President and CEO of AWA Alexander Watson Associates who, as well as presenting the company’s in-depth global market data, will also moderate what promises to be a panel discussion on label materials featuring speakers from Yupo, Drukkerij Verstraete, and Innovia Films. All aspects of in-mold technology are covered by the program, from inks and coatings, digital printing, injection and blow molding and thermoforming, and a complementary supplier tabletop exhibition offers delegates the opportunity to research further product detail. Endorsed by leading companies in this growing industry, including platinum sponsors Paragon Inks, the event offers an intensive formal program, as well as networking opportunities throughout the day and during the early evening cocktail reception.
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