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Harper Roadshow heads to South Carolina

February 10, 2017

Those attending the free seminar at Clemson will learn how to run operations more efficiently and effectively.

Global anilox roll supplier Harper Corporation of America is kicking off its 2017 Harper Roadshow series of events in Clemson, SC, USA. The complimentary one-day seminar will feature a variety of experts from throughout the industry, including Harper’s own flexographic printing experts.

Attendees will learn how to run operations more efficiently and effectively to remain competitive in the market. They will also learn how to use the latest flexographic technology and principles to excel in the short run. It is a wonderful opportunity for professionals in all aspects of the industry to further their learning.

Presentations will cover a wide range of topics and appeal to those in various roles. Print Managers and Supervisors, Pre-Press Managers, Graphic Designers, Purchasing Managers, General Managers, and Ink, Plate, and Pre-Press Suppliers and Operators are all encouraged to attend. Speakers will include representatives from Harper, DuPont, Flexo Concepts, and Siegwerk – all sharing their knowledge and expertise.

The Harper Roadshow event will be held on Thursday, March 9, 2017 at the Sonoco Institute of Packaging & Graphics – Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina. The event is free to attend, but seating is limited and fills up quickly, so early registration is encouraged. To register, visit

For more information, contact Jazmin Siancas at 704-588-3371, ext. 4292, or
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