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Gallus, ASL Print FX to host printing forum

June 14, 2011

Workshops and demonstrations will take place all day June 14 in Vaughan, Canada.

Gallus Inc. and ASL Print FX will be the hosts of a Package Printing Forum on Thursday, July 14 in Vaughan, ON, Canada. The forum will feature a full day of speakers, workshops and demonstrations.

The forum will include a presentation by Mike Ferrari of Ferrari Innovation Solutions, who will discuss consumer engagement at the retail shelf, based on his 32 years at Procter & Gamble; a discussion of brand protection by Sun Chemical; Prinergy and stochastic technology, presented by Paperlinx and ASL Print FX; and live printing demonstrations on Gallus presses. Also participating will be Avery Dennison and Kurz Transfer Products.

Label printer ASL Print FX has won numerous industry awards, including the 2010 World Label Award for Technical Achievement. Many of ASL Print FX’s award-winning projects are produced on Gallus flexographic presses.

The open house is free, but visitors are asked to register at http://www.therockpress.com/gallus-asl-Forum.shtml by June 20 because space is limited. Alternatively, interested parties may email Gallus regional sales manager Andre Blais. Breakfast, lunch and hors d’oeuvres will be provided.


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