Kennesaw, GA – On Sunday, Sept. 11 at 12:15 p.m. in Booth 1200, Andy D. Paparozzi, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist for NAPL, will deliver his highly anticipated annual "State of Our Industry" report. Paparozzi is well-known for his accurate and thoughtful discussions on the economy and U.S. commercial printing industry. A foremost author and speaker on economic business trends in the printing industry, Paparozzi heads NAPL's Research Center. His "State of Our Industry" report is a must-attend for anyone eager to implement proactive strategies that will help them navigate an uncertain business climate.
More presentations will be offered several times daily in a series of short educational sessions by Heidelberg experts in the theater area of the booth. In these 10-minute briefings, attendees will learn about "HEI Flexibility" – an intelligent combination of offset and digital printing - producing top quality print products in the most profitable way possible, no matter the run length. The presentation topics include briefings on workflow automation, MIS and Web-to-Print; sheetfed technology; commercial postpress; packaging; as well as Heidelberg's digital portfolio. The presentation schedule can be found at http://sso.us.heidelberg.com/graphexpo/
In addition to offering the most comprehensive portfolio of equipment in the industry, Heidelberg provides a wide range of service, technical support and professional training. Through its Print Media Academy (PMA), Heidelberg offers customized training for continuous improvement in every area of graphic production. Its expanding portfolio of Business Consulting services is opening new paths to profitability for printers with color management, process optimization, sustainable production, and other opportunities for growth. Information about Heidelberg's Business Consulting services, Systemservice programs, and PMA Professional Training options, in addition to Parts, Remarketed Equipment and Prinect workflow software, will be available at individual information counters located inside the booth throughout the show.