CMM adds Tech. Centers

Flexible packaging and narrow to mid-web printing are highlighted at CMM 2007 as the show sponsors have added two new Technology Centers covering these disciplines.

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CMM International 2007 runs June 4-7 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL. Two new Technology Centers have been announced for the show.
The Flexible Packaging Technology Center and the Narrow To Mid-Web Technology Center are designed to enable attendees to get hands-on exposure to the latest equipment and solutions in the converting and package printing industry. In addition, those attending the CMM conference will be able to take advantage of the Technology Centers with special sessions that will combine classroom time and actual production time.
Produced by PennWell Corp. (www.penwell.com), CMM covers the entire converting and package printing marketplace from concept to production, from digital prepress and workflow solutions to printing processes, from slitting and rewinding technologies to inks, coatings, and finishing techniques.
More than 15,000 converting professionals from more than 60 countries are expected to attend the 2007 CMM International. This biennial show is also an educational forum for the global converting and package printing industries. Topics covered at the CMM 2007 conference include flexible materials, RFID and bar coding, digital workflow, inks, coating/laminating, foil stamping/embossing, UV/EB, web handling, and process automation.
“Everyone we talk to is excited about the new CMM show enhancements that are taking place,” says Jim Enos, CMM show director and vice president of PennWell.
For more information, including a list of exhibitors and on-line registration, visit www.cmmshow.com
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