Free Webinar: Sustainability In The Printing Industry

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Free Webinar- Sustainability In The Printing Industry

Sustainability is high on the global agenda and as a sector, we need to become more aware of our global impact as well as understand the legislative framework that took place on the 5th of November on the issue of Waste Management (sustainability).

In part 2 of The New Blueprint for the Rebuild and Recovery of the Printing Industry free webinar series, participants will discuss insights and feedback from Printing SA’s recent engagements with the Government on how their members have been directly affected and some of the measures being implemented in order to rebuild and recover. They will also discuss sustainability issues affecting the industry.

The Fibre Processing and Manufacturing Sector Education and Training Authority (FP&M SETA) will also be featured in the discussion. Their mission is to establish a credible institutional mechanism that facilitates an efficient and effective skills development process, through a range of quality services and partnerships, to contribute to the achievement of sector competitiveness, transformation and economic growth.

They will be joined by some knowledgeable guest speakers and FUJIFILM members, and will also touch on some exciting new products available for bigger wide format print businesses.

Discussion panel members

– Printing SA: CEO – Dr. Abdool Majid Mohamed.
– Printing SA: Marketing Manager and B-BBEE Specialist Abisha Katerere.
– FP&M SETA representative.
– FUJIFILM Graphic Systems: General Manager – Grant Potgieter.
– FUJIFILM Graphic Systems: Product Manager, Wide Format – Anja Kirton

Date and time: 25 November at 11:00 (CET). Register here.

This live event is sponsored by FUJIFILM Graphic Systems and Acuity Ultra R2 in partnership with Printing SA and FP&M SETA.

FUJIFILM SOUTH AFRICA
+27 11 430 5400
https://www.fujifilmgraphicsystems.co.za/

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