Xeikon to broadcast on TV for Aus and NZ

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Digital print systems developer Xeikon is set to broadcast live on Xeikon Café TV specifically for Australia and New Zealand, with live updates on digital label production, and an introduction to the innovative Xeikon CX300 digital label press.

Innovation seen on TV: Trevor Crowley, Xeikon
Innovation seen on TV: Trevor Crowley, Xeikon

The session will be live, interactive and accessible on any device. It will be a dedicated session for Australia and New Zealand and will take place on Tuesday 16 June 4:30pm Eastern Standard Time, which is 4pm in SA, 2.30pm in WA and 6.30pm in New Zealand. There will be a focus on specific subjects for the label community.

Trevor Crowley, sales general manager at Xeikon for the ANZ region said: “We all know drupa is postponed to 2021 but that doesn’t mean printers should lack knowledge on what is happening in the label industry and the new novelties.

“Xeikon is committed to keeping the printing industry up to date on its latest news and innovations. We believe it is vital that printers and converters have all the information they need right now to continue to make decisions and maintain and drive their businesses forward.”

During the broadcast, Crowley, together with his colleagues from Belgium, will explain the latest Xeikon views and offer advice on digital label production. There will also be video footage of the new Xeikon CX300 in action and the team will explain its novelties, benefits and value for Australian label converters. Xeikon says this is the next best thing to a live event and there will be ample opportunity for questions and interaction with the speakers.

The TV event is aimed at label printers, industry experts and all who are interested in staying up-to-date on label production with digital presses and the latest on both dry toner and inkjet technology.

Live presentations will be made by Crowley, and by Filip Weymans, vice president marketing, Xeikon, based in Antwerp, Belgium.

In addition to broadcasts like the Australia/NZ edition explained above, XCTV will become a permanent communication tool offering a range of time and travel saving options for Xeikon's current and prospective customers. For example, individualised streaming video demonstrations originating in Xeikon's Innovation Centres can be arranged as needed, incorporating remote video from multiple geographies. A brief video describing the tool's capabilities can be viewed here.

Printers can register via www.xeikoncafe.com or directly here.

For more information and the full agenda of Xeikon Café TV sessions go to: www.xeikoncafe.com.

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