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VOLUME -25 NUMBER 3
Publication Date: 03/1/2010
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Digital Printing Presses Conference
Carrabassett Valley, ME — The printing industry is finding that digital printing press technologies are providing profitable applications and new business opportunities in difficult economic times and as the economy begins recovery.

According to IMI President, Al Keene, "printers are learning that digital press technologies enable them to control production costs, reduce inventory costs and provide customer-desired targeted products that result in higher profit margin business.

IMI's 3rd Annual Digital Printing Presses — The Next Era Conference on June 9-11, 2010 in Kissimmee (Orlando), Florida will focus on digital printing press technology developments, opportunities, requirements, challenges and potential solutions that are reshaping the commercial printing industry which has traditionally utilized screen, flexographic, gravure and offset printing — but are now transitioning into the Digital Era."

According to Keene, "The printing industry's future requires that printers capitalize on new and developing technologies as the world goes digital and digital printing presses compete with traditional printing technologies for market share. Digital printing is entering a new era that is reshaping the commercial printing industry. Fostered by such developments as `transpromo documents,' dramatically improved workflow/productivity solutions; new applications in production environments; packaging; integrated multimedia campaigns (conventional/personalized direct mail, web, email, display graphics, etc.); security printing and brand protection; smart labels, plus tremendous ink jet and electrophotographic printing technology capability advancements — excellent business opportunities exist for tomorrow's printing industry in an increasingly digital world."

IMI's 3rd Annual Digital Printing Presses — The Next Era Conference will provide a comprehensive review of digital printing opportunities, requirements, challenges and potential solutions for major new applications plus those traditionally utilizing offset, flexographic, gravure and screen printing.

Contact: Information Management Institute, Inc., 1106 Valley Crossing, Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947 207-235-2225 fax: 207-235-2226 E-mail: al@imiconf.com Web:
http://www.imiconf.com

 
 
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