GRAPH EXPO 2014 to Present New Pavilion

 

RESTON, VA | GRAPH EXPO 14, coming September 28–October 1 with co-located CPP EXPO to Chicago's McCormick Place, announces the PLASTIC Print Pavilion, a new show feature that will serve as a hub that bridges print with industrial manufacturing. 

PLASTIC Print is the culmination of a collaboration of three industry organizations: The Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI), producers of the National Plastics Exposition (NPE), the Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC), and CPP EXPO. Organizers says show attendees will discover how the "new" worlds of package printing, commercial printing, and industrial manufacturing have converged to create new service and profit-boosting opportunities.

"Plastics are a vital and an integral part of everyone's world, from ATM and credit cards to RFID cards, flash drives, ID badges, plastic packaging, plastic labels, ad specialties and promotional items," says GASC president Ralph Nappi. "The PLASTIC Print pavilion will showcase these and many, many other applications including 3D printing."

"We are excited to partner with GRAPH EXPO 14 on the launch of the PLASTIC Print Pavilion," says Gene Sanders, VP of the National Plastics Exposition. "It is amazing the diverse plastic applications that we see, touch, and use every day…. PLASTIC Print will help GRAPH EXPO 14 attendees discover trending revenue applications to increase unique offerings along with added revenues and profits."

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