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Asahi Photoproducts Announces Attendance at Proflex in Stuttgart

At this important German flexo event, the Asahi team will be focused on the importance of Carbon Neutrality
Asahi Photoproducts, a pioneer in flexographic photopolymer plate development, today reported it will be present at Proflex, an important conference hosted by the DFTA Flexographic Printing Association.

The event consists of a day and a half of informative keynotes and panel discussions focused on the key issues and trends challenging today’s flexographic industry, combined with a table-top exhibition The company will feature its AWP™-DEW CleanPrint flexographic plates which are well down the path toward achieving Carbon Neutrality. At the event, Asahi will also be introducing its newest International Sales Manager, Daniel Illmer, who is responsible for Eastern Europe and DACH.
No Solvents Required
Asahi AWP™ CleanPrint water-washable flexographic plates are processed without VOC-based washout solvents, use less energy in the production process and deliver a faster time to press than VOC solvent-based plates. Asahi´s CleanPrint water-washable flexographic photopolymer plate technology’s ability to deliver high quality print performance is a result of its engineered photopolymer chemistry design. The water-wash technology also features a low surface energy plate resulting in fewer press stops for plate cleaning for significantly improved printing press efficiency and reducing press waste. All of these elements make them the most sustainable flexographic plates in the industry. In addition, AWP™-DEW CleanPrint plates deliver extremely high-quality print due to their precise registration and ability to deliver perfect printing balance between highlights and solids.
“We are looking forward to attending Proflex 2022,” said Daniel Illmer, International Sales Manager of Asahi Photoproducts, “and speaking with attendees about the importance of sustainability to the industry. We will also offer a white paper that discusses Carbon Neutrality.”



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