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TAPPI and NAPIM Co-Sponsor 2015 Advanced Printing Course

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

ATLANTA, Ga. – The TAPPI Advanced Printing Course will be held April 18-19, 2015, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The course is co-sponsored by NAPIM.

This intermediate-to-advanced course on printing methods and applications is designed for those who need to understand and apply print quality, attend and conduct print trials and troubleshoot print problems.    It will be taught by printing experts from TAPPI’s Coating and Graphic Arts Division and is an excellent complement to the Coating Program at the 2015 PaperCon Conference.

Who Should Attend

  • Chemists, Technical Engineers, Researchers

  • Scientist, Laboratory Managers

  • New Product Development /Innovation Managers

  • Printing or Coating Suppliers

  • Paper and Paperboard Manufacturers

  • Ink, Coated Paper and Paperboard and Printing Specialist

Participants will expand their knowledge of coating and printing, enhancing their print runs and trials as well as their discussions with customers. 14 Professional Development Hours or 1.4 CEUs are available for attendees.

Participants will also have the opportunity to tour Hewlett-Packard’s new state-of-the art facility on April 20 where production laser and inkjet presses will be demonstrated.  A separate fee is charged for the tour to cover transportation and expenses. The tour is offered on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Register by March 27 for early-bird savings.

The TAPPI Advanced Printing Course will be held at the same location as PaperCon 2015 and the TAPPI Centennial Celebration, presenting a chance to save on travel and attend both events for additional networking opportunities.


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