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IML seminar coming to Chicago

February 19, 2013

The "ABC's of IML: A Basic Course" will be presented Thursday, March 28, 2013.

The "ABC's of IML: A Basic Course", now in its 24th year, will be presented Thursday, March 28, 2013, at the DoubleTree Hotel & Conference Center Chicago North Shore, Skokie, IL. Offered annually since 1989, this seminar is an introductory in-mold labeling (IML) and in-mold decorating (IMD) course designed for those considering entry into the IML and IMD market as well as a refresher course for more experienced current participants in the field.

The seminar, updated yearly, provides a basic grounding in in-mold labeling and in-mold decorating as well as the fundamentals of extrusion blow molding, injection IML, the in-mold process, production of in-mold labels, current markets, functions across the IML value chain and future growth opportunities. The seminar covers all aspects of in-mold labeling of packaging as well as in-mold decoration of durable products.

For additional details and registration information contact Ron Schultz at the In-Mold Decorating Association, Inc. by phone: (480) 473-0301, Fax (480) 473-0456 or email: or go to the association's website at

The In-Mold Decorating Association is an organization of molders, printers, material suppliers and equipment manufacturers committed to the development and growth of in-mold labeling and decorating products, technologies and markets.

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