Esko-Graphics customers to receive DRUPA preview and hands-on training
Press release from the issuing company
Florence, KY – March 5, 2004 – Attendees of the Association of Esko-Graphics Users Group (AEG) annual meeting, scheduled for April 22-24 at the Saddlebrook Resort in Tampa, Florida, will be previewing several new products especially earmarked to debut at DRUPA, the printing industry trade show held in Germany every four years. DRUPA is scheduled to be held May 16-19, 2004 in Düsseldorf.
Kim Graven-Nielson, CEO of Esko-Graphics, is expected to start the annual meeting with an update on where Esko-Graphics is headed in the future, as well as the initiatives that are driving the company. He will also unveil new products and projects that will be available in the immediate future. These include new features and functionality of existing Esko-Graphics products, as well as completely new products that are on the horizon.
In addition to the company update and product preview, the meeting has multiple product sessions available for the intermediate or advanced attendee. These sessions are geared to provide the user with a comprehensive look at each particular topic. The sessions featuring DeskPack and PackEdge will be actual hands-on training with a workstation, so that each participant is able to immediately try the tips and tricks learned during the sessions.
Access Esko is a feature that participants will not want to miss. Access Esko is a way for participants to experience all of Esko-Graphics through a live, interactive production facility that starts at concept and design, follows to production and then finally, realizes the finished product and sees it to the shelf. This is a way for attendees to experience today’s most advanced packaging manufacturing systems with concepts and ideas for the future.
Esko-Graphics users interested in attending can register online at www.aeg.esko-graphics.com or call the Association of Esko-Graphics Users at 1-859-647-8234 and ask for Michael Meyer. Registrations must be made no later than April 11, 2004.
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