Digital printing and finishing – the customers’ voice
On Wednesday, October 28th at 17:00 CET, 12:00 PM ET, we invite you to join Domino and Highcon, together with customers, presenting the power of digital printing and finishing in today’s rapidly changing corrugated market.
During this webinar we will discuss the rapid changes being brought about by digital technology in the corrugated market. Matthew Condon, Business Development Manager at Domino Printing will talk about their X630i digital aqueous inkjet press launched in the summer, and you will have the chance to hear from Finn McDonald, CEO of Independent II in Louisville, KY , in excerpts from an interview with Sean Smyth, talking about his reasons for investing in this digital print machine for corrugated. As he says they “deliver to customers what they want, when they want and as they want it. Call it Just In Time, call it rapid response but it’s customer focus“.On the Highcon side we will see one of the two Highcon Euclid IIIC digital cutting and creasing machines running at CSI site Visual Impact Preprint in New Mexico and will be interviewing Mike Franz, Industrial Designer, to learn about their experiences working with the technology. CSI has long been dedicated to the conversion from analog to digital in the corrugated industry. They too use the technology to achieve the time to market and differentiation required by their customers and to reduce inventory and waste.We will conclude the session with a panel representing each of the production partners ready to answer any of your questions.Register to join us!
Matthew Condon has an extensive 30-year background focusing on electronic and digital printing throughout his career. His past included positions at Scitex America and Fujifilm Graphic Systems, where his expertise in software applications, digital printing, and traditional print was used to help numerous customers maximize print quality and efficiencies. Matthew is currently employed at Domino Amjet, Inc as a Corrugated Business Development Manager for Digital Print.