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FLEXO Magazine : February 2008
a result of the acquisitions in recent years, Flint Group is a young, impressively developing company with enormous potential with respect to a unique product offering, the combined know-how and diversity of talents, ideas and experience. The new global business unit will bring in-depth expertise in the field of flexog- raphy and leverage this potential for the benefit of our customers and us." 2008 Harper Solutions Tour Schedule Harper GraphicSolutionsTM, the technical service division of global anilox supplier Harper Corporation of America, is once again offering its series of free, one-day seminars that focus on trouble-shooting and solving specific flexographic printing prob- lems. Dates and cities for the 2008 Harper Flexographic Solutions Tour have been determined. Specific venues are in the final plan- ning stages and will be announced next month. 04/16, 2008 - Springfield, MA 05/8, 2008 - Nashville, TN 06/19, 2008 - Reno, NV 07/9, 2008 - Milwaukee, WI 08/14, 2008 - Minneapolis, MN 10/14, 2008 - Fayetteville, AR For more information, please contact Jazmin Kluttz at 704-588-3371 or 800-438-3111, ext 285. Early registration is rec- ommended, as seating is limited. 11 Multinationals to Assess Their Carbon Footprint PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble and nine other global companies are calculating the emissions of their supply chains as part of efforts to cut greenhouse gases and inform investors of their so-called carbon footprint. Each picked as many as 50 of their suppliers to reply to questions from the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) by March. The plan "will encourage suppliers to measure and manage their greenhouse-gas emissions," said Paul Dickinson, chief op- erating officer of the CDP. "This will enable large companies to work toward measuring their total carbon footprint, as this is the first step to managing and reducing it."