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Binding Industres Conference A Success

Friday, June 19, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, PA -The Binding Industries Association (BIA), a special interest group of Printing Industries of America, reported a strong turnout for its 2009 Mid-Management Conference.
Attendees from all over the world representing trade binderies, graphic finishing, information packaging, and custom loose-leaf manufacturing experienced one-of-a-kind networking with highly informative educational sessions at the BIA Mid-Management Conference.
Top industry suppliers were also on hand to answer questions and contribute to the session discussions. Participants were rewarded with industry information and best practices that could be immediately implemented at their companies.
"The conference was very informative. It was interesting to hear how everyone runs their businesses a little differently but are focused on the same goals. I really enjoyed the open dialog that took place at sessions and all the speakers," said Mike Seidl, Seidl's Bindery. "Everyone was very eager to learn techniques to improve the way their companies run, and get ideas about manufacturing, which we accomplished through the dialogs and speakers."
Sessions on Lean Manufacturing and Productivity were heavily attended, as was a customer panel of companies who buy graphic finishing and custom-looseleaf products.
The BIA also honored one of its founding fathers, Bill Eckhart, Eckhart & Co, for his accomplishments which have advanced the industry and the association.
The BIA announced that the next Mid-Management Conference will take place May 17-19, 2010.
Professionals should mark their calendars now to learn, share knowledge, and make a difference for their companies.
For more information regarding the 2010 BIA Mid-Management Conference, please contact Justin Goldstein at 412-259-1806 or email mailto:jgoldstein@printing.org.




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