The Tag & Label Manufacturers Institute (TLMI) will hold its ninth technical conference at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago September 8-10, 2009. The theme of this year’s technical conference is “Get Smart,” a forum focusing on the day-to-day issues narrow web printers and converters are facing in the current marketplace.
Attendees will receive production and management ideas from industry experts that they can take back to their businesses and implement immediately. Some of the conference session topic highlights include prepress and plate technologies, maximizing profits in Lean, application in action with digital printing, and inside of printed electronics. In addition to these topics, attendees will learn more information aimed at helping them grow their businesses and increase profits during these turbulent economic times.
TLMI is a member-driven association that provides forums to address issues critical to the success of the tag and label, packaging, and converting industries in the North American marketplace. For more information, visit TLMI’s website at www.tlmi.com.
unit in Bangkok
RotoMetrics, the narrow web industry’s leading rotary die manufacturer, has established a sales and service facility in Bangkok, Thailand, to serve the markets in Southeast Asia, China and India. Karen Moreland, RotoMetrics’ vice president of international operations, says, “With direct access to RotoMetrics’ worldwide manufacturing locations, our team is committed to providing the region’s highest level of customer service, including fast response times and local support.”
In conjunction with the opening, RotoMetrics announced that Shaun Pullen has been appointed regional sales director for Asia, heading the Bangkok facility. Pullen is a resident of Thailand and has extensive experience in the label industry.
RotoMetrics, headquartered in St. Louis, MO, USA, manufactures rotary tooling for the printing and converting industries. The company operates several facilities in the United States, as well as in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Canada, Australia, and now Thailand.