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Landa executive to give keynote at GOA

January 15, 2013

Ohad Axelrod will elaborate on how Nanographic printing allows printers to economically produce short-to-medium run lengths.

George Ryan, president of the Printing Association of Florida (PAF) has announced that Ohad Axelrod, product line and segment manager at Landa Corp., will open Graphics of the Americas with a Thursday, February 21 keynote luncheon entitled, "Nanography: The Second Digital Printing Revolution." Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis, by clicking here. (Note: those interested in attending the keynote will have the option to register after completing general show registration.)  

"There's tremendous interest in the Landa Nanographic Printing process, with many thousands of Latin and North Americans who would like to hear about the technology first-hand," says Ryan. "GOA is proud and excited to host a representative of the company that is holding the printing world in awe, and which has garnered so much enthusiasm from every corner of our industry." 

Axelrod will discuss commercial global printing trends, how they affect mainstream printing, and elaborate on the way Landa's innovative Nanographic Printing process allows printers to economically produce short-to-medium run lengths. 

"We are happy to have the opportunity to speak to representatives from a variety of established and high-growth markets," says Axelrod. "I look forward to meeting our current, and perhaps future, customers at Graphics of the Americas." 
 
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