RESTON, Va.—The Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC) has announced that new legislation passed in May by the Illinois General Assembly will result in greater work rule flexibility and lower costs at McCormick Place for vendors exhibiting at GRAPH EXPO 2010.
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RESTON, Va.—These exhibitors add 14,000 additional sq. ft. of exhibit space to the year's largest and most comprehensive global graphic communications exhibition and conference.
RESTON, Va.—PackPrint, a trade show within-a-trade-show covering all aspects of package printing, will make its global debut this fall at PRINT 09, the year’s largest and most comprehensive global graphic communications exhibition and conference.
RESTON, Va.—In keeping with its “myPRINT” theme that promises attendees a fully customized trade-show experience, PRINT 09 has announced two mini-conferences tailored specifically for print buyers.
RESTON, Va.—The Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC) has unveiled the PRINT 09 Subsidy Plan, a stimulus package that will reduce the cost of participation in this year's show for every exhibitor. Supporting this financial relief package are GASC partners: the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL), the Printing Industries of America, and NPES The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies (NPES).
RESTON, Va.—For the third year in a row, the GRAPH EXPO MUST SEE ‘EMS Committee has named management information systems (MIS) as the most critical technology for printers to employ for success in this changing print market. MIS topped a list of the six technologies deemed most important for printer survival in 2009 and beyond. The announcement offers a preview of the MUST SEE ‘EMS—a list of the most compelling emerging and evolving technologies to be found at GRAPH EXPO—and the many cutting-edge graphic communications technologies attendees will find at the show. The MUST SEE ‘EMS are a highlight of the 13th Edition EXECUTIVE
For the past several years I have been teaching professional English for the printing industry at the University of Wuhan, China. I had delivered lectures there while I was president of the NPES, The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies. After retirement, I was asked if I would teach the subject for a 3-month period to which I readily agreed. I was well prepared because, for 30 years, I had served as the CEO of the association which had offices in -Tokyo, Shanghai, New Delhi, Sao Paulo, and Moscow, and I frequently made presentations about the state of the U.S. printing
RESTON, Va.—Graphic communications professionals seeking the latest wide-format imaging technologies and equipment will find them at GRAPH EXPO® 2008, all highly visible across the show floor and more densely clustered in the Wide Format Pavilion. This year’s show will be held Oct. 26-29, in Chicago’s McCormick Place. More than 600 exhibitors, including the industry’s top wide-format manufacturers and suppliers, will showcase a full range of graphic communications equipment across 450,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space. The Wide Format Pavilion debuted six years ago with a mere five companies in a 30 x 40-ft. space and has since become a must-see showcase for everything
RESTON, Va.—Plans are underway for the debut of PackPrint, a new package printing-, folding carton-, flexo- and label-focused tradeshow. PackPrint will launch at the globally recognized PRINT 09 tradeshow to be held Sept. 11-16, 2009 in Chicago’s McCormick Place. Produced by the Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC®) in partnership with the Flexographic Technical Association (FTA), PackPrint has attracted interest from all segments of the package-printing industry. This event offers exhibitors exposure to buyers from the top package printers and converting companies with direct access to PRINT attendees who are seeking to expand their services into the realm of package printing. “Based on what we
RESTON, Va.—Elinor Midlik, president of Prime UV Systems, Inc., and Standard Finishing Systems received the 2007 Harold W. Gegenheimer Awards for Industry Service at the Annual Conference of NPES The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies, Nov. 4, in San Diego, Calif. Named in honor of former Baldwin Technology Company Chairman Harold W. Gegenheimer, these annual awards recognize one company and one individual that have demonstrated leadership and commitment to the industry through participation in NPES and industry activities, civic leadership, technical innovation, and sound management practices. The awards consist of recognition for the recipients and contributions in the name of