ANN ARBOR, MI (February 26, 2004) – Flint Ink Corporation will launch its newest ink systems and printing technologies for high-performance commercial, publication, package, digital and printed electronics applications at drupa 2004, May 6th –19th in Messe Düsseldorf. The organization, including Flint-Schmidt, Jetrion LLC, and Precisia LLC, will introduce new ink systems as well as proprietary hardware, and advanced printing technologies in hall 3, booth# E52. Highlights will include UV inks and innovative hardware for digital printing, active packaging, brand protection, and the latest in conductive inks for radio frequency identification (RFID) applications.
“The printing industry worldwide has been hit by enormous technology changes, cost containment issues, and pressure to compete,” said Dave Frescoln, President of Flint Ink Corporation. “Flint Ink is poised to proactively support printers and converters through these challenges with our broad spectrum of sophisticated technologies for the most advanced printing applications.”
Flint Ink will present a series of valuable, informative seminars throughout the show. The presentations will focus on important topics such as controlling color, digital integration strategies, and trends in interactive packaging. Attendees who log on to www.flintink.comand pre-register for the seminars before April 30th, will receive a small gift at the show.
In collaboration with other key exhibitors, Flint Ink will also host a passport tour designed to demonstrate the unique capabilities of RFID technology. drupa attendees are invited to pick up a Flint Ink RFID Passport, visit participating exhibitors, and have their passports validated via RFID technology. Participants who complete the tour will be eligible to win a daily prize and enter a grand prize drawing on the last day of the show. Participating exhibitors include Day International Group, Inc, MAN Roland Druckmaschinen AG, and X-Rite, Inc.
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