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ETI user group to convene in Brussels

September 6, 2011

The International Label Group, formed of those who utilize technology developed by ETI Converting Equipment, will hold its annual meeting the day prior to the start of Labelexpo Europe 2011.

The International Label Group (ILG), an organization composed of companies that use equipment manufactured by ETI Converting Equipment, will hold its annual meeting September 27 in Brussels, the day before the start of Labelexpo Europe.

The meeting is described as “the ideal platform for members to meet and exchange information with their peers and get inspired by thought leaders from and beyond the labeling industry.”

Two speakers will address the group. Roger Pellow of Tarsus will speak about pressure sensitive market trends, and Mike Cooper of Catchpoint will talk about the development of linerless labels with Catchpoint technology.

Members also will learn about ETI Converting’s latest developments in terms of environmental issues in the label market. ETI says it has developed new labeling systems that will generate savings for its users.

The meeting will be followed by a tabletop exhibit.


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