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Xeikon Cafe visits Australia and NZ

Thursday, 07 June 2018
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Digital print pioneer Xeikon is bringing its popular educational digital print programme Xeikon Café to Australia and New Zealand later this month.

Three dates have been announced for Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland and they will continue Xeikon’s ‘Learn. Connect. Discover.’ theme.

“Xeikon Café’s carefully developed focus makes it a must-attend event for brand owners and converters looking to explore the benefits and opportunities offered by digital print,” says Trevor Crowley, general manager, Xeikon Australia. “We are delighted to bring its successful format to Australia and New Zealand and look forward to sharing our knowledge with attendees keen to enhance their digital print expertise.”

The roadshow will enable both brand owners and converters to get a closer look at the latest digital printing solutions and listen to customer experiences, including those of Dr Adrian Steele from the UK’s Mercian Labels. It will bring together digital print and packaging experts focusing on topics such as conventional vs digital, where to implement digital and how to sell digital.

The three one-day events, titled Xeikon Café Packaging Innovations, will take place in:

Sydney: June 18

Melbourne: June 20

Auckland: June 22

For the full agenda and registration form please visit

Xeikon, a division of Flint Group, designs and manufactures web-fed digital colour presses for label and packaging applications, document printing and commercial printing. These presses utilise different imaging technologies, open workflow software and application-specific consumables.

Xeikon also designs and produces plate makers for newspaper printing applications. In addition, the company manufactures basysPrint computer-to-conventional plate (CtCP) solutions for the commercial offset printing market. For the flexographic market, Xeikon offers digital platemaking systems under the ThermoFlexX brand name.



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