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NAPIM offers NPIRI Printing Ink Summer Course July 14-19

May 21, 2013

Held at Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, WI, the course provides comprehensive, in-depth coverage of all printing ink aspects.

The National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM) is offering its annual National Printing Ink Research Institute’s (NPIRI) Summer Course from July 14-19 at Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, WI.

The Summer Course provides a comprehensive, in-depth and flexible coverage of all printing ink aspects, and is intended for those involved in the manufacture, formulation, technical sales and usage (printers) areas of the graphic arts industry. The course is designed to bring new employees up to speed quickly, as well as provide more experienced employees an in-depth technical understanding of printing ink formulation, manufacturing and usage.

Attendees can expect an “immersion” type environment in which introductory and advanced concepts are reinforced with multiple practical/hands-on applications in an informal and interactive format. This course is also an exceptional value among training courses of its type. The registration fee covers full course tuition – five full days of instruction, evening receptions, all meals (except dinner on July 17) and daily transportation to and from the Appleton Holiday Inn to Fox Valley Technical College.

Those interested should register today, as class size is limited. For more info, contact George Fuchs at
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