drupa’s Sabine Geldermann previews some of the highlights visitors can expect at next June’s drupa 2020, and some of the event’s new innovation partners. In the drupa cube, bestselling author Michael Gale, author of “The Digital Helix,” will talk about the digital transformations in other industries and how they apply to the printing industry.
EFI’s Ken Hanulec Looks Ahead to drupa 2020
Ken Hanulec, VP of Worldwide Marketing for EFI, looks ahead to some of what drupa 2020 will have in store: automation, inkjet, and the digitization of packaging, as well as the elements of “Industry 4.0”—connectivity, software, and the cloud—which will drive efficiency and effectiveness.
Heidelberg Gears Up for drupa
Sonja Mechling, Chief Marketing Officer for Heidelberg, talks to Cary Sherburne about Heidelberg’s plans for drupa 2020, which include artificial intelligence (AI) applications to help improve productivity, as well as its digital solutions.
Kodak’s drupa 2020 Vision
Patti Smith, Kodak’s VP, WW Business Development & Marketing, Digital Inkjet Printing, talks to David Zwang about the major trends that Kodak has been seeing in the lead-up to drupa 2020. The biggest among them is packaging, especially digital packaging, the demand for which is being driven by the brands.
Koenig & Bauer Looks Ahead to drupa 2020
Koenig & Bauer’s Mark Hischar previews what Koenig & Bauer will be showing at next year’s drupa 2020. The company will have two booths in Dusseldorf to showcase how the company has grown and the new technologies and product lines they have been developing.
Marco Boer: drupa 2020 Should Be Part of Your Trade Show Plans
Marco Boer from I.T. Strategies provides his perspective on why North American printing company executives should attend European trade shows and what to expect at the upcoming drupa 2020 event.
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Printing the Future – and Then Embracing it. drupa 2020
With a new key visual and a new claim, the crucial preparation phase for the drupa 2020 has begun – three years before the event. And the prognosis is good: Organizations are estimating an increase of over 40 billion US Dollars in the field of packaging printing alone – a future the industry is happy to embrace.