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APR to Host “March
House on March 16
GLENDALE HEIGHTS, IL—APR will
host a “March Madness” Open House
March 16 at the company’s headquarters
in Glendale Heights, IL. The event will
kick off at 8:30 a.m . and the morning will
feature technical presentations addressing
converters’ most pertinent day to day issues
including downtime reduction, QC, pro-
cess control and best production practices.
All converting companies can attend at
no cost, however advanced registration is
required. The event concludes at 6 p.m .
The open house will take attendees on a
journey from “Prepress to Press,” pre-
senting a range of production solutions
that offer increased efficiencies, high
precision job to job repeatability and state
of the art digital/flexo hybrid printing,
featuring Colordyne Technologies’ 3600
Series Digital Retrofit System. Following
a catered lunch, the afternoon will feature
equipment demonstrations that include the
newly installed Bobst M5 High Definition
Digital Flexo Press, MacDermid Graphic
Solutions’ newest LAVA Thermal Plate
Processing System, and Esko’s new digital
flexo imaging system.
Converter attendees will also receive a
complimentary copy of the Nar row Web
Flexo Production and Digital Printing
white paper, the result of a major research
initiative APR recently commissioned.
The white paper identifies the technol-
ogies flexo converters consider the most
influential to the future of their businesses,
primary market and customer challenges
and the most persistent operations’ issues
on flexo shop production floors.
Bobst Open House a Success
CAPALLE-CAMPI BISENZIO, Italy—The Bobst REVO Master Class Open House, which
took place from Nov. 29 to Dec. 1 at the Competence Center of Bobst Firenze, Italy, suc-
ceeded in being a very dynamic event rich in interaction and
networking opportunities for the 322 people that attended it
over the three days and six sessions. Printers and converters
of flexible packaging, folding cartons and labels made the
journey to attend a workshop which would provide an in
depth knowledge of REVO technology, whilst also seeing it in
action during actual printing demonstrations.
The event also marked the start of REVO Master Certification. By taking part in the Master
Classes and demo tracks, participants in the event completed the first step and received the
REVO Silver badge, the first of three certificates—Silver, Gold and Platinum—that will lead
to REVO Master certification.
Attendees saw printing of four different jobs on film and carton substrates using 16 different
Pantone colors in total, without ever changing the ink in the print units or the anilox rollers.
Job changes were automatically performed in one minute, with the new job in register after
less than 65.62-ft. of waste. In each of the four jobs, all the Pantone colors showed a Delta E
color accuracy of less than 2.0 .
MacDermid Graphics Solutions Open House
with Mekrom, LLC Set for Feb. 28
ATLANTA, GA—MacDermid Graphics Solutions, along with one of its North American
suppliers, Mekrom, LLC, will host an open house at its headquarters on Tuesday, Feb. 28
from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. The open house will focus on flexo plate processing technologies and
will feature live demonstrations of the state of the art automated and modular line of EVO
This event is free to attend, but does require advance registration. For more information and
to register for the event, please contact Ashley Jackson at email@example.com
or 404-699-3353 .
Siegwerk Announces First Sustainability Report
SIEGBURG, Germany—Siegwerk has taken its commitment to sustainability to a new level.
The ink manufacturer has published its first ever Sustainability Report, based on the interna-
tional GRI standard, which lays a new basis for evaluating its sustainable actions.
The sustainability program described in the report is based on a
materiality analysis of relevant fields of activity conducted by an
international team of Siegwerk executives together with Chemie3,
the German chemical industry’s sustainability initiative. A new
mission statement, which in turn will align with Siegwerk’s sus-
tainability strategy in the future, was drafted based on the results.
The mission statement incorporates four dimensions:
• Customers as partners, innovation as driver
• Employees as the key to success
• Sustainable economic success
• Responsibility for environment and society
The company views dealing in extensive depth with these issues as vital for lasting profitable
growth. At Siegwerk, sustainability is interpreted as an attitude in line with the company’s
“Ink, Heart & Soul” philosophy and is put into practice every day.
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