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FLEXO Magazine : March 2010
www.flexography.org MARCH 2010 FLEXO 19 Toll-free Phone: 866.282.7697 • Toll-free Fax: 800.223.6869 Web: www.AndersonVreeland.com • E-mail: info@AndVre.com The argument for direct laser engraving. • Economical • High-speed engraving. • Simple two-step process. • Easy to use. • Consistent quality • Simple changeover. • Error reduction. • Excellent repeatability. • Quality reproduction over longer fexo runs. • Designed for fexo, letterpress & dry offset. • Environmentally friendly. Stork Helios 6010 Direct Laser Engraving System The Helios 6010 direct laser engraving system digitally engraves fexo, dry offset and letterpress plates and sleeves in a single system. Best of all, A&V supports these systems with almost 50 years of fexo experience. State-of-the-art equipment and support. That’s a hard combination to beat. See us at INFO*FLEX booth 513-519 INDUSTRY INDICATORS investment in new technology and new products, by focused and long term strategy decisions. This has enabled the com- pany to strengthen its position and develop a growth plan, by both acquisition and organic growth, bringing in new busi- ness from the OEMs and aftermarket. PPC and NAPA Merge The Paperboard Packaging Council (PPC) and the North American Packaging Association (NAPA) have merged, creating a united, North American-based packaging industry association. The new association will move forward as the Paperboard Packaging Council, offering expanded member benefits and a strengthened industry voice. The merger be- came effective Feb. 19. "This is one of the most historic, extremely significant moments in PPC's 80+ year history," said PPC Board Chair Tony Petrelli. "This merger expands and enhances the work, resources, and impact of our association at a critical time in the packaging industry." "It's a win-win for industry and association members," said NAPA Board Chair Dave Ellis. "The synergy established between these two associations throughout the years helped create this unique opportunity to unite as a larger, stronger, and better-positioned voice to address the challenges of our ever-changing global marketplace." The merger brings together nearly 200 leading paperboard packaging industry companies, creating a unique set of new opportunities for industry converters and suppliers. Moving forward, the new PPC will draw on its expanded resources and potential. PPC and NAPA's merger brings more than 200 paperboard pack- aging companies together.
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