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Klöckner Pentaplast to introduce latest shrink label technologies and delivery master class at Labelexpo Americas 2016

Klöckner Pentaplast

The company will present its latest range of label film packaging solutions and services at Labelexpo Americas in Illinois in September

Montabaur, Germany – JULY 26, 2016 – Klöckner Pentaplast will present the company’s latest range of label film packaging solutions and services at Labelexpo Americas at the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL, September 13-15, 2016. Focusing on the newest innovations, visitors to the expo can learn about exemplary product packaging options using label films and the difference these unique labeling approaches can make. “We look forward to exhibiting at Labelexpo Americas once again,” mentioned Bob Schantz, Business Director, Label Films/Americas, “as it positions us in an excellent environment focused on our key market along with key partners in the value chain.”

Phil Heyworth, Group Vice President for the division will deliver a PMMI Master Class—Sleeving Substrates and Their Usage—on September 14, 2016. Says Heyworth, “this class is excellent for navigating the minefield of selecting exactly the right shrink sleeve substrate for the container and applicator/shrink tunnel – and in particular, exploring some of the new substrate options that have recently come onto the market.”
phone +49.2602.915.0
web https://www.kpfilms.com/en/
email Klöckner Pentaplast Group, P.O. Box 11 65 56401, Montabaur, Germany
 
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