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The printing and packaging industry exchanging views on the future of production and markets

On June 24, Print4All Conference – Future Factory, a large international streaming event bringing together experts and industry players on the themes of Industry 4.0 and Sustainability. Already a thousand subscribers to the event.

The future comes together at the Print4All Conference. On Wednesday, June 24, starting at 11:00 a.m. (Italian time), international experts will dig into tomorrow's printing, converting and packaging industry in all its forms. From its main themes, focusing on industry 4.0 and sustainability, to the means of the event itself, in streaming with guest speakers both in studio and connected from their homes or offices, and an the audience joining via web from all over the world.
Hosted by journalist Matteo Bordone from the East End Studios in Via Mecenate (Milan), Print4All Conference – Future Factory (held both in Italian and English), will see the leading experts in sustainability and smart manufactory, illustrate the future guidelines of the production world. Guest Speakers include Nigel Tapper, climatologist and member of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization in 2007), connecting from Australia; From France, Alice Bodreau, Global Partners Manager at Ellen MacArthur Foundation (whose mission is to implement the transition to circular economy); live from the studio, SDA Bocconi’s Professor of Practice, Enzo Baglieri, coordinator of the first industry 4.0 supply chain project in Italy, in partnership with Federazione Carta e Grafica, which will hold its annual meeting at Print4All Conference. The supply chain’s point view will be at the center of two roundtable discussion between technology manufacturers, printers, and brand owners such as Uteco, HP, SIT, Sacchital, Barilla and Orogel. The most representative international associations of the industry, like Intergraf (Europe), APTech (USA), Peiac (China), Ipama (India), Picon (UK) will give insights on industrial and economic trends and prospects of the printing and packaging world.
"In such a critical historical moment, we decided to make a great organizational effort, giving the international printing, packaging and converting community, that engaging day of debate and discussion on the future - explains Andrea Briganti, General Manager of Acimga and Federazione Carta e Grafica -. We believe that crises can be turning points and we cannot stay still and wait for them to be over; we must plan and draw tomorrow’s path together. The fact that there already are a thousand registered and that 30 foreign magazines from more than 20 countries have been accredited for the event, shows that Print4All Conference – Future Factory has gathered a widespread need on an international level too, giving Italy, which is one of the largest technologies manufacturers’ for printing and packaging, an essential role in the world’s scenario".

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