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FLEXO Magazine : Golden Anniversary Commemorative Journal
THE 19905 FTA/FFTNs earliest homepages, as they were displayed at www.fta-ffta.org. Screen captures reflect the presentation In late 1996, late 1998 and late 1999. Front and back of the package containing the premiere edition of FIRST: Flexoqrahic Imaqe Reproduction Specifications and Tolerances. A blrd's-eve view of INFO*FLEX 1997. The trade event, born in the early 1980s matured Into a can't be missed networking opportunity in the 1990s. The reputation and label stili hold today. Let the demonstration begin: flexography Is put to the test on a non-traditional product-a publica- tion's (FLEXO's) front cover. THE NINETIES: SNAPSHOT IN FTA, FFTA HISTORY " T he market is tight. Profit margins are being squeezed. Price is driving the folding carton business, where competition is fierce and excess capacity exists. Raw materials costs are rising. Order sizes are shrinking. Pressure may at times, be intense; but the state-of-the-industry remains solid. People keep coming up with innovative approaches that suc- ceed in tackling challenges and maintaining positive momentum. This is a good market to be in." -Tim Smith, President, Boxall, Inc., issuint} Fo/dint} Carton Forecast, FLEXO, December 1999 74 FTA 50th Anniversary Journal
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