Category Archives: paper/paperboard/cartons

The Curmudgeon relocates


After three years and 262 posts of “The Converting Curmudgeon” Blog here on WordPress and on the CONVERTING QUARTERLY  Website, all new future posts will appear exclusively on the CQ site. Feel free to peruse past posts for a wealth … Continue reading

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HP Scitex ushers in next-generation graphics for corrugated packaging


From last week’s sneak peek at new hardware, software and consumables presented during the HP Indigo Worldwide VIP Event in Israel, I came away with the idea that the HP Scitex division of HP is clearly ushering in a new generation … Continue reading

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Industry pros talk automation, new product development, foreign competition at Converting Influence spring meeting


Some of the industry’s hottest topics were on the agenda at last week’s Converting Influence spring meeting, held at Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, WI. On the trade group’s panel were converters Brett Buratti, business development mgr. with Little … Continue reading

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