Nazdar Ink Technologies will return to the world's biggest inkjet conference this autumn to present its latest developments and discuss the future of the technology.
Rather than a traditional trade show, the fourth Annual InkJet Conference – known as TheIJC 2017 – is an opportunity for those working in inkjet engineering and chemistry to get up to speed with the newest changes and innovations from a technical point of view. While the event is an ideal introduction to the field of inkjet, TheIJC 2017 will also offer an in-depth exploration of trends, technology breakthroughs and the top manufacturers – Nazdar key among them – bringing ideas to fruition.
TheIJC 2017 will take place in Düsseldorf, Germany on October 24th and 25th 2017, with the Nazdar team presenting the market-leading brand's advanced inkjet technology and advising delegates on the right ink for their needs. Thanks to nearly 100 years of ink development expertise and collaborations with equipment and printhead manufacturers, Nazdar offers an extensive range of custom and market-ready ink solutions for print businesses spanning myriad sectors.
Nazdar is a leader in UV inkjet inks for markets including direct-to-shape, container, electronics and single-pass web, and in water-based inks for direct and indirect textile printing, interior décor, deco laminates and more. Visitors to TheIJC 2017 will be able to learn more about these and the whole range of Nazdar inks – whether their requirements are for graphics or industrial, digital, screen or flexographic printing.
"TheIJC is very much a conference rather than a trade show – the emphasis is on discovering and discussing new inkjet technology and products in an in-depth way," comments James MacDonald, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Nazdar Ink Technologies.
"You won't find a cacophony of machine noise at our stand, but an opportunity to discuss your unique needs and the perfect Nazdar inks to meet them."
Nazdar will be among the 70 tabletop exhibitors at TheIJC 2017, alongside 50 presentations and a wealth of networking opportunities. Over 400 attendees are expected in Germany for the two-day event, from inkjet technology developers, engineers, chemists, and researchers to businesses looking to know more about how they can benefit from the very latest ink formulations.