Training and Education
Sustainability Lunch and Learn: An SGP Community Event will take place on Jan. 15, 2020 at REI's Flagship Store in Seattle, Wash. The event will explore the reasons why sustainable print matters.
Labelexpo, which took place from Sept. 23-27 at Brussels Expo, showcased more than just the new devices on the market, but also how converters can increase profits by making the most of what they already have.
EskoWorld 2020, which is designed to connect brands to their packaging and printing supply chains to discover the latest techniques and solutions, will take place in Dallas, April 28-30, 2020.
Recognizing the packaging industry's aging workforce and emerging skills gap, Esko has made a $1.2 million in-kind gift to the Indiana State University packaging engineering technology program. By working with the same software that helps produce nine out of 10 retail packages, ISU students will be increasingly prepared to join the industry.
Siegwerk held a ribbon-cutting and grand opening ceremony to celebrate the new Siegwerk Ink Lab at Clemson University’s Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics on Wednesday, Sept. 4. The lab will provide students with opportunities to explore packaging design elements via ink technology.
Gain a clearer view of how companies in the printing industry implement sustainability strategies, and the difference it’s made for their organization. This luncheon will feature a lively panel discussion that works to define sustainability, and determines whether anybody (your customers, the public in general) really cares. Join in, listen, learn (and eat).
TLMI will return as an official association partner of the fifth annual Digital Packaging Summit, a conference designed for senior managers and executives in the label, flexible packaging, folding carton, and corrugated printing and converting markets, looking to understand how digital printing will impact them.
AICC will be an association partner for Packaging Impressions' Digital Packaging Summit, which takes place Nov. 11-13, 2019 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. The event is designed for executives in the packaging industries interested in learning about current and future digital printing technology and software.
Paperboard packaging manufacturers across North America recently participated in the Trees Into Cartons, Cartons Into Trees (TICCIT) program, developed by the Paperboard Packaging Council. The educational program teaches young students about the sustainability attributes of paper and paperboard packaging.
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