Specialty Graphic Imaging Association Signs On as Association Partner for InPrintUSA, the Industrial Print Show
CHICAGO, IL: The Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) has signed on as an Association Partner for the inaugural InPrintUSA, the Industrial Print Show.
InPrint USA will be held in Orlando, FL April 25-27, 2017.
InPrint is the exhibition for industrial print technology for advanced packaging and manufacturing. The unique event has become the key marketplace in Europe for state of the art functional, decorative and packaging printing in industrial production. InPrint comes to the U.S. for the first time, focusing on connecting manufacturers who use print as a key component of the manufacturing process with leading brands in the fields of industrial specialty, screen, digital, inkjet and 3D technology print solutions.
SGIA is the leading trade association for imaging professionals in the industrial, packaging, graphic, garment, textile, electronics and commercial printing communities, and was an early adopter of digital imaging technologies.
“SIGA has a long history in the industrial printing community,” said Ford Bowers, President & CEO, SGIA. “Participating in InPrint USA complements our commitment and is an exciting opportunity to support industrial imagers tackling the challenges they face in their businesses everyday.”
“We are very excited that SGIA is a Supporting Association Partner for our inaugural industrial print show in the U.S.,”said Melissa Magestro, Executive Vice President of Mack Brooks Exhibitions Inc, the show organizer. “There is tremendous opportunity for growth for digital industrial print technology in the U.S. Our goal with the launch of InPrint USA is to promote the innovative potential of industrial printing technologies and bring this growing segment of the print industry together in one place. The synergies between the goals of both of our organizations are tremendous.”
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