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PCMC hosts successful Harper Roadshow

October 14, 2013

Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC) recently hosted the Harper Roadshow, a seminar series for the flexographic printing industry. The event was a tremendous success, organizers said, welcoming more than 100 visitors from around the United States to PCMC’s global headquarters in Green Bay, WI, USA.

The Roadshow was held exclusively for PCMC’s flexible packaging and label printing customers. Visitors learned from experts about how to keep operations running as efficiently and competitively as possible. Throughout the day, industry leaders from various flexographic companies presented topics such as anilox technology, FTA FIRST certification, viscosity controls, troubleshooting bounce, mounting innovation, end seals and the new HEX Division of Harper Corporation.

“I’ve attended other events this year. No event had better presentations, machinery demonstrations, or the level of professionalism and hospitality shown by PCMC,” says one Harper Roadshow participant. “PCMC put on a terrific event last week. Thanks for allowing me to attend,” says another.

“With both the Aquaflex and Fusion press lines, PCMC is unique as a supplier with the ability to show a range of solutions from narrow to mid range to wide web flexo, and from inline to CI presses,” Harper Corp. says. “The state-of-the-art Fusion wide web CI press and the Aquaflex ELS MAX mid-range inline press offer compelling solutions to current and future business challenges.”
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