Harry V. Quadracci to Lead Off 43rd Annual R&E Council Bindery Seminar
Sunday, January 21, 2001
White Stone, VA, The Research & Engineering Council of the Graphic Arts Industry has announced that its 43rd annual Bindery, Finishing and Distribution Seminar, to be held April 5 and 6, 2001, at the O‚Hare Marriott Hotel in Chicago, Illinois"will feature an opening address by Harry V. Quadracci, the president and CEO of Quad/Graphics. Later the same day, attendees will hear Ronald Musil, president of the Banta Book Group. Both executives, who head two of the largest companies in the printing business, will speak on Best Practices for Book Binding, Finishing & Distribution in the 21st Century. Attendees at the seminar also will witness an R&E Council first"a live satellite broadcast tour of the Banta Catalog Group plant in Maple Grove, Minnesota, conducted by William J. Hepler, Banta Catalog Group president. The annual R&E Council Bindery seminar is widely seen as the preeminent technical meeting in the postpress segment of the printing industry. Chaired by Ralph F. Box, Jr., vice president of the R&E Council and executive vice president of sales for Muller Martini, the meeting will feature speakers representing printers, publishers, manufacturers, educators, and consultants, and will focus on both mechanical and digital productivity solutions of particular interest to companies in the printing industry. In addition, both printers and equipment vendors will detail the latest in binding and finishing techniques for sheetfed and web printers, as well as trade binders and finishers. The 2001 R&E Council Bindery, Finishing and Distribution seminar is of particular interest to senior and middle managers at printers and publishers who seek one single conference at which to address the latest in postpress technologies and operating techniques, including personnel issues in the diverse workplace. Details regarding the seminar may be obtained by contacting the R&E Council at 804-436-9922 or via Email at firstname.lastname@example.org. A detailed agenda of the meeting can be found at www.recouncil.org.