Senior personnel from Arc, Ardagh, Heinz-Glas, O-I, Saint-Gobain, Schott and Vetropack are amongst the flat and hollow glassmakers that will join decorators, end-users, suppliers and brand owners in Düsseldorf to learn about the latest solutions for glass decoration.
With 2017 delegate numbers already over 50% higher than at the equivalent time for the highly successful 2015 event, anyone considering attending is recommended to register as soon as possible due to limited space at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel venue.
Powered by glasstec and covering the latest advanced techniques for decorating all types of glass, highlights of the two-day programme include:
- An extensive series of technical presentations covering digital and screen processes that will detail the latest cutting-edge technologies for glass decoration, including revolutionary developments in 3D printing etc.
- Keynote presentations covering global printed glass market information, as well as topical addresses by industry figureheads representing leading bodies such as BV Glas, FEVE and Glass for Europe.
- GlassPrint LIVE! panel discussion, featuring a specially selected panel of glass decoration experts sharing their knowledge with the audience. Previous panellists include representatives from Nestlé, O-I, SAHM, SCHOTT and Bormioli Luigi.
Online booking and the full programme can be found at www.glassprint.org. Registration includes access to all technical and keynote presentations, GlassPrint LIVE, networking lunch and dinner and entry into the accompanying tabletop exhibition featuring leading suppliers of inks, pre-press technology, printing equipment and supplies.
ORGANISERS AND SPONSORS
Following the record breaking 2015 event that was deemed an outstanding success by over 200 attendees from 26 different countries in Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East, GlassPrint 2017 is organised by ESMA, the European Specialist Printing Manufacturers Association, and Chameleon Business Media, publishers of Glass Worldwide and Specialist Printing Worldwide magazines.