Packaging and converting companies interested in pursuing new technologies that improve their competitive advantage should make plans to attend the final Electron Beam Benefits in Packaging seminar being held Tuesday 13 January 2015 at the Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott in Newark, New Jersey.
Targeting flexible packaging producers, label printers, folding carton converters and brand owners, the seminar is packed with essential information on the power and benefits that EB technology can bring to packaging operations, featuring industry leaders presenting a wide spectrum of important electron beam (EB) topics essential to tomorrow’s package printing innovators.
Emphasising how today’s packagers, materials developers and press manufacturers are adopting their business models to accommodate EB use, the event will cover the financial, sustainability and safety ramifications of using EB technology.
Hosted by EB system manufacturer PCT Engineered Systems, presentations will cover EB-related package printing topics including: Recent EB innovations that are changing package converting; Sustainability benefits of EB curing in food packaging; EB chemistry’s role in global food packaging safety; Ink and coating evolution to accommodate EB curing; EB printing press design considerations; and Putting it all together: a customer case study in implementing EB.
This regional seminar is the final of three planned events: a successful inaugural seminar was held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in September and a second in Atlanta, Georgia last month. Attendees reported that each event proved very informative.
The cost to participate is $395 which includes all seminar and presentation materials, lunch and an on-site networking reception following the seminar. Please contact John Salkeld at PCT at firstname.lastname@example.org or 563-285-7411 x4409 to make reservations or get more details.
PCT is a global leader in the design and implementation of the BroadBeamT line of industrial electron beam systems. From their location in Davenport, Iowa, USA, PCT has provided engineering services, automation systems integration, and custom machine building worldwide since 1986.