“Our members are some of the largest manufacturers of technology for the speciality print sector and as such have been focused on the issue of sustainability for some time. It is something the industry needs to address urgently to secure it a profitable future and we welcome the introduction of this unique show, which is dedicated to offering both manufacturers and end users new, innovative and profitable strategies to make our industry more sustainable,” says Peter Buttiens, CEO, ESMA (pictured, left)
To this end, ESMA will be holding its 2012 environmental conference at the show in Berlin, where it will provide all delegates with access to practical and technical guidance, to help them make a positive move towards becoming a more sustainable print business.
Buttiens continues: “ESMA members are highly regarded for their level of technical expertise and many have made significant commitments to sustainability. We are excited about developing a programme for visitors to the show that will feature input from some of the most expert technical minds in print to help this sector make a significant sustainable step forward.”
“EcoPrint is all about encouraging businesses in the print sector to join our campaign to become a more sustainable,” says Marcus Timson, director, EcoPrint. ”This strategic partnership with ESMA represents another significant milestone in the lead up to the event. ESMA has over 50 leading manufacturers in the specialist print sector, so to have its support and involvement in the show once again indicates how EcoPrint is capturing the imagination of the leaders in our industry.
"The fact that ESMA has also committed to running a specific environmental conference at EcoPrint will greatly enhance the overall content and we are delighted to be working with another respected industry association.”
In addition to EcoPrint, ESMA and FM Brooks say they plan to collaborate on other concepts, details of which will emerge in the coming months.www.ecoprintshow.com