Heidelberg holds Open house during Ipex

Heidelberg will hold its Spring open house on Thursday 27 and Friday 28 March at its Brentford offices in west London. This is at the end of the week that Ipex is on, thus giving visitors a chance to see both events.
The event has been dubbed 2020 Vision and will include several other suppliers, as Gerard Heanue, managing director for Heidelberg UK explains: “We will be joined by paper, MIS, finance, print buyers and other suppliers to give a comprehensive range of insights and advice. This is an open house which will be relevant to both business and production management.”
Other companies involved in 2020 Vision include: Two Sides, HHS, IST, Morgana, Sappi, technotrans, Gallus, Tharstern, Santander, Print Financial Services, and Winters. In addition to demonstrations and exhibits there will also be a series of seminars to add value to the visit. There will also be a marquee set up to provide German style fare which will be served from noon.
Heanue adds: “The economy is improving but competition from alternative media is evolving so what will printing look like by 2020? Will it retain the same shape and structure? How can printers make choices that improve efficiency and appeal to ensure they are part of that future? Printers can find out at the 2020 Vision event at Heidelberg UK.”






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