Heidelberg to run packaging webinars

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Heidelberg is launching a series of three webinars under the slogan HD4You that will look at the trends in packaging printing, show solutions, and offer a platform for a collective exchange.

Packaging webinars: Heidelberg
Packaging webinars: Heidelberg

The free webinars will be held at 7pm AEDT, 9pm in New Zealand and will go on for an hour. Afterwards, the participants will be able to put their questions about the topics of workflow, press, and postpress directly to the experts live in three different Ask the Expert sessions.

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The growth market of packaging and especially the folding carton segment is part of the core business of Heidelberg. The company says it is offering the industry a trend-setting product portfolio, with new innovations being added all the time to meet the requirements of customers and offer added benefits.

The events are aimed at packaging printers all over the world and will be held in English. The webinars will be recorded and can be accessed by registered participants at any time afterwards.

The events will kick off on March 4 with the webinar Reliable and efficient packaging production. This will provide answers to the question of the degree to which folding carton production can be automated – from intelligent workflow to navigated packaging printing and robot-assisted postpress.

On March 25, the participants in the webinar Expand your business into packaging production will learn how an existing commercial print shop can get started in folding carton printing, and the concrete steps required for this.

The third seminar will take place on April 27 and will cover One pass special applications in packaging. It will show how folding cartons with special finishing effects can be efficiently produced in just one printing pass.

Ludwig Allgoewer, global head of sales and marketing at Heidelberg said, “Already with the virtual Innovation Week last year, we showed that even in difficult times we stay in contact with our customers. We know that personal contact between customer and manufacturer is very important in the printing industry, because it creates and reinforces trust. As soon as the situation allows, we look forward to welcoming our customers on site again. Nevertheless, we regard the digital platforms as a good complement to the live events, even in the future, especially for customers from countries further away.”

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