#1 conference for printing and ink manufacture

Why Attend?

You'll get maximum educational and networking opportunities with a minimal time commitment. Return to your job with new ideas, methods and best practices that you can apply immediately

What Will You Learn?

Learn the latest develops in key issues affecting the Ink Industry. Benefit from information exchange, professional networking and a wide variety of educational and networking opportunities in an informal, relaxed environment.

Program Highlights

Technical and Regulatory Sessions, Keynote, New Technology, Table Top Exhibit, Awards Dinner, Golf, EHS Update, Market Trends

Intro to Ink Formulation and Manufacturing – A Short Course

Tuesday, October 10

Learn the basics of printing ink:

Ink Formulation for Paste and Liquid Inks

Raw Material Selection

Essential Formulation Steps

Manufacturing of Printing Ink

Technical Service

Overview of Printing Ink QA and QC

Separate registration required.  Cost for the short course is $125 for NAPIM Members or $200 for Non-Members

NPIRI Bulletin

2017 Weather Events – Impacts on the Oil and Gas Industry

Thu, 07 Sep 2017 21:15:00 +0000

The printing ink industry relies strongly on the oil and gas industry and recent  weather events have the  potential to have an  impact on supply and availability of many of the petroleum hydrocarbon-based raw materials.   This report September 6, … Continue reading

Category: Business/Market

OSHA Removes Volks Rule from CFR

Sun, 03 Sep 2017 20:42:00 +0000

May 3, 2017 –  OSHA revoked the Volks Rule,” which would have amended the recordkeeping regulations in 29 C.F.R. Part 1904 – Read more in the OSHA Reporting section of the NAPIM Members area.

Category: Regulatory

NAPIM Food Packaging Committee Comments on Cal Lead(Pb) Proposed Rule

Wed, 02 Aug 2017 14:57:02 +0000

State of California – Health and Safety Code (HSC) §110552 Petition Requesting Adoption of Regulations Setting a “Naturally Occurring” Lead Level in Candy Containing Chili and Tamarind.   This proposal seeks to implement a 0.1 ppm lead (Pb) limit in food … Continue reading

Category: Regulatory
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