Exhibitors Look Ahead To Print 05 & Converting 05
CHICAGO—All over the world, companies that supply innovative equipment and services to the commercial, package printing, publishing and converting industry are gearing up for the industry's largest and most important event of the year, PRINT® 05 & CONVERTINGSM 05.
he show will run September 9-15 at the McCormick Place Complex in Chicago. Some 70,000 people are expected to attend, viewing nearly 800 company exhibits filling about 750,000 net square feet of exhibit space.
"This will be the show not to miss as converters strive to stay competitive with new technology," said Nelson Stevens, President of Independent Machinery, Inc., which will occupy 1,500 square feet in booth 10037. "We anticipate a tremendous turnout for PRINT 05 & CONVERTING 05 and are excited to debut new technology in 41-inch foil stamping from Gietz, Sanwa die cutters/blankers, Heiber & Schroeder windowing systems and Tunkers' litho-laminators," Stevens added.
At Print Craft Supply, LLC and Carton Craft Supply, President Mark Doxtader agreed that "PRINT 05 & CONVERTING 05 is a major show for us, and one that no one in the industry can afford to miss!"
Show visitors, he added, can expect to see "innovative products which are unlike anything they have ever seen before, including the latest innovations in in-line finishing, die-cutting, printing, and more, which will increase your productivity and give you the competitive advantages your company needs in today's market."
Print Craft Supply and Carton Craft Supply will display in Booth 234, an 800 square foot space.
From the largest exhibitors to the smallest, they're anticipating an unequalled opportunity this September.
Jay Skinner, Director of Sales at Stratis Corporation, describes PRINT 05 & CONVERTING 05 as "THE trade show to discover the latest technology and trends in the industry. This show is the finest opportunity to learn numerous ways to improve your company. In particular," he added, "roll pallets are becoming more important to the package printing industry as more companies incorporate roll converting in their production processes."