As of April 18, 40 exhibitors had signed up for the expo, and only two tabletops remained available.
“There will be attendees from various narrow web and label producing companies looking for new vendors or just to network,” says Thomasina McAfee, NELMA trade show coordinator. “This is a low cost show that gets you directly in front of many potential new customers in the Northeast area. We always receive a lot of positive feedback. Don’t miss out on this year’s Expo.”
“We are excited about this year’s expo with digital technology being displayed and a major manufacturer running a press live,” notes Steve Miller, president of NELMA and owner of KeeBar Enterprises, a converter in West Chester, PA, USA.
This year, Gallus will exhibit its recently developed ECS 340 press, also known as the rock press. The company has been touring the United States with a tractor trailer that opens to display the press and accommodate prospective customers. The truck will be parked outside the NELMA Expo area.
NELMA is a 16-year old organization whose events focus on advancing the label manufacturing processes of its members while providing forums for peer and vendor networking. NELMA also provides education by working with technical schools and universities.
For more information or to register for the 2011 NELMA Expo and Networking Reception, contact Thomasina McAfee at 610-873-0150 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Kathleen Santana-Colon at NelmaExpo@yahoo.com. Alternatively, visit www.keebar.com and click on the 2011 NELMA Expo tab to register and get expo updates.