As print segments continue to converge, the need to adopt a combination of new technologies and products will be inevitable.
SGIA Expo attendees celebrated the opening night of SGIA and toasted to the future with PRINTING United in Dallas next October.
At a session during the 2018 SGIA Expo, Bob Leahey, Associate Director for Keypoint Intelligence/InfoTrends, asserted packaging is a strong focus area for printers because the segment exhibits consistent growth opportunities.
During a session on “Digital Adoption in Printed Packaging Markets,” at the 2018 SGIA Expo, Bob Leahey, Associate Director for Keypoint Intelligence/InfoTrends, asserted packaging is a strong focus area for printers because the segment exhibits consistent growth opportunities.
As a corrugated packaging and display printer, Sutherland Packaging was interested in learning more about the digital printing opportunities in the corrugated segment, so Tom Quigley, ventured out to New Orleans for last year’s SGIA Expo.
With confetti raining down from the ceiling of the Tao Nightclub amid a brilliant display of lasers and neon lights, SGIA Expo attendees celebrated the opening night of a successful event in Las Vegas and toasted to the future with the launch of PRINTING United.
The Agfa booth (1460) has a variety of products on display, spanning the latest in wide format equipment and workflow software. On center stage, the Jeti Tauro H3300 LED is making its trade show debut, after winning the Product of the Year distinction in the roll-to-roll UV (over 80 inches category).
During his first SGIA Expo visit, Turk recalls that he was initially impressed and appreciative of the wide variety of equipment options visible at the show.
For wide-format printers, entering the red-hot packaging market can be an enticing yet daunting endeavor. However, using existing equipment to produce packaging prototypes can be a lucrative entry point.