- March 09, 2012
PARAMUS, NJ | H.A. Bruno, organizers of CPP Expo Cleveland, has opened conference registration with more than 20 sessions complementing the solutions that will be present on the show floor. Taking place April 18–19, 2012, at the International Exposition and Convention Ctr., the program will focus on innovations, cost?savings, compliance, and legislation.
The program takes place over the course of four days: two days leading to the event will cover fundamentals, while actual show days begin with morning sessions broken into four distinct tracks:
• Management Resources: Presenting marketing and global sales strategies, as well as cost?savings and government legislation. These sessions give a perspective beyond the day?to?day operation and are designed for director level and above.
• Finishing: Focusing on the finishing process (coating, laminating, drying—including best practices, cost?savings and technical solutions), this track allows attendees to review processes and techniques in both theory and practice. It has been designed to focus on the bottom line success in the finishing operation.
• Packaging Solutions: Offering technical elements for all types of packaging, this track focuses on specific processes as well as evaluation and quality control. Included will be testing, measurement, and inspection.
• Fundamentals: CEMA offers fundamentals provide a foundation in coating and laminating, as well as slitting and rewinding operations of paper, film, nonwovens, and other continuous flexible materials. These two distinct programs will be the primer for additional technical sessions available through tracks presented over CPP EXPO’s show days.
CPP EXPO’s president says, “The program was designed with the help of our converting/package printing audience. Many of the sessions were literally built?out from suggestions received by asking the question, ‘What do you need now?’ And, the interaction will continue on the expo floor. So, the takeaway for the attendee is information bolstered by implementation—which is exactly what they need.”