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Harper Corporation of America Is Scheduled to Attend ICE Europe

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Charlotte, North Carolina A common fixture at industry events, global anilox roll supplier Harper Corporation of America is excited to announce its upcoming participation at ICE Europe. A tradeshow taking place on March 19 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany, this event will provide flexographic leaders the opportunity to showcase their technology, products, and services.  

During the event, Harper Corporation's representatives will be located at booth #A5 868. These professionals will be on hand to provide answers to questions regarding the company's latest developments, including the new HEX division, products, and anilox engraving technologies, such as the HIVE (High Imaging Volume Engravings) series including LaserKote™ and XLT™ anilox rolls. Furthermore, Harper will have on display the highly popular Phantom QD™ ink proofing system. 

The HEX division of products is anticipated to accumulate a great deal of attention, as this new branch of the organization was recently launched. At the event, Harper's representatives will have plate sleeve and bridge sleeve products on display. The product lines associated with the HEX division are in compliance with OEM specifications pertaining to secondary air supply and offer multiple other notable features, including a patent-pending replacement notch system with several notch designs. 

ICE Europe is expected to host approximately 400 exhibitors from 19 different countries. Harper plans to have a great presence as well as lots of product displays, demos, and information sharing.

 

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