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LPIA to Lead by Example at Technical Institute

Monday, November 19, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, PA, November 16, 2007 - The Label Printing Industries of America (LPIA) announces the dates for the third annual LPIA Technical Institute, February 24-26, 2008 in Pittsburgh, PA.
This one-of-a-kind event offers signature programming for the technical side of the label converting, packaging, and box wrap industry. This definitive program will provide attendees with practical knowledge, insights, techniques, and unparalleled networking opportunities.
"I consistently send three or more people to this conference" said Jim Helms, President, Oak Printing Company. "The cost of the program is nominal compared to the wealth of technical information and tips they receive. They come back to work highly motivated to implement what they have learned."
Quite simply, there is no other conference that targets the technical needs of the industry. The program offers something to every member of your technical team. Topics include Improving Label Making Efficiencies, The Impact of the Label on Container Recycling, Market Update on the Growth of Labeling Through Technology, Making Label Specifications Make Sense, Technical Advances in Label Printing and Label Application Systems, A Technical Guide to Sustainable Packaging, Advances in Label Substrates, and more!
It's never too late to plan your future, your budget, your success! Veterans and newcomers alike should prepare themselves for leading technical experts, ground-breaking topics, and unparalleled networking opportunities. Are you ready to be enthralled and enthused by the most ground breaking technical conference of the year? Mark your calendars now because hindsight is 20/20.

 

 

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