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Harper Roadshow continues in Greensboro, NC

August 18, 2011

The August 25 event will include courses on anilox cleaning, flexo plates, mounting tapes, inks and coatings, and measurement systems.

Anilox roll supplier Harper Corporation of America is registering participants for the Greensboro, NC, USA, stop on its 2011 Roadshow. The Greensboro event, which is hosted by Harper’s GraphicSolutions Division, will be held Thursday, August 25, and is open to all flexographic professionals at no charge.

The Roadshow will provide a variety of information, including seminars that will speak to the new technologies and practices of the industry. Over the course of the event, participants will have the opportunity to attend classes concerning standardization, anilox cleaning, flexo plates, mounting tapes, inks and coatings, and measurement systems.

Each class will be presented by leading professionals in the flexographic industry, including: Paul Teachout from Harper, Johnny Stamey from Daetwyler, Mike Potter from FlexoWash, Tom Cassano from MacDermid, Larry Goldberg from Beta Industries, Joe Prunier from tesa tape, and Kurt Hudson from Actega WIT.

The Harper Roadshow is a national event that has already taken place in Chesterfield, Missouri; Cincinnati, Ohio; Green Bay, Wisconsin; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After presenting its valuable information at the Greensboro event, the Roadshow will also take place in Worcester, Massachusetts on September 4 and Dallas, Texas on September 26.

The Roadshow will be held at the Holiday Inn on 6426 Burnt Poplar Road, Greensboro, NC. The event is free and includes lunch.

For more information, contact Jazmin Kluttz at 704-588-3371, ext. 4292, or jkluttz@harperimage.com. Registration can also be completed online at www.harperimage.com/roadshows/Greensboro-NC/230.


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