Inkjet experts raise bar for IIJ label symposium growth opportunities

Clare College

The line-up of experts speaking at the Industrial Inkjet Ltd (IIJ) symposium has been announced by organizers who are inviting attendees to register early.

Representatives from GIS, AGFA, Luminescence, Lake, Focus Label Machinery, Konica Minolta and two employees from IIJ will be addressing delegates on the importance of inkjet for label industrial applications.

Printers and other market players will be provided with insights into the “enormous” growth opportunities in digital inkjet label production in the day-long event at Clare College, Cambridge, on 15 October. Subjects covered will include digital inkjet, in line inspection, software, special inks and combination flex and inkjet printing, as well as describing how latest inkjet technologies can improve results and reduce production costs.

John Corrall, Managing Director of industrial inkjet specialist IIJ, based at Swavesey, near Cambridge in the UK, said: “It’s clear from independent feedback and our own first-hand experience that the industry in general needs more education into the opportunities for what are massive opportunities and economic benefits in using inkjet in label applications. And the double-digit growth in printed area for prime labels looks certain to accelerate as brand owners demand more customisation alongside systems with higher capacity.”

IIJ, which is the official sales and technical support centre for Konica Minolta industrial inkjet division, will also be holding special meetings at its nearby offices on the two days after the symposium. Symposium tickets cost £150 – details from Leanne Beattie, on + 44 1954 232023, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.