The Vietnamese partner of narrow web ink specialist Pulse Roll Label Products, Toàn Ấn Co, (TAC Total Print), hosted a seminar at the Saigon Prince Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City on 15, May 2019 focused on ‘best in class’ products for labels and packaging.
Organized by the TAC Total Print team, the half-day event was attended by more than 100 delegates representing the Vietnamese label and packaging industry. A tabletop display area complemented the seminar theme which was focused on ‘Label & Packaging: Transforming by best in class flexo, digital and hybrid printing technologies’
During the event, the capabilities of Pulse Roll Label Products and its PureTone ‘Total Color Management Solution’ were introduced by TAC’s product development team, as well as its range of other inks, varnishes and coatings formulated for the label and narrow web sector. Other participating partners of TAC total print included Kodak’s principle consultant flexography, Steve Smith, talking about ‘Better print with flexo’, whilst Durst’s international sales director, Florian Koessler, discussed how to ‘Configure your digital future’.
Ngo Quoc Khoa, managing director of Toàn Ấn Co, said: ‘I am delighted with the success of our seminar and the high attendance from Vietnamese labels and packaging companies. The topics provided a valuable insight for our guests to best in class flexo, digital and hybrid printing technologies and introduced the high-quality solutions that our partners provide. The seminar generated significant customer interest and, following the event, we’ve received many inquiries and sales leads regarding the innovative products offered by our partners Kodak, Pulse Roll Label Products and Durst.’
Volker Michel, sales director at Pulse Roll Label Products, said: ‘I congratulate the TAC Total Print team on organizing another highly successful event targeted at the Vietnamese narrow web market. We are delighted to have been represented at the seminar alongside other leading industry experts such as Kodak and Durst, and that our partnership with TAC continues to strengthen.’