XSYS Celebrates With Shanghai Publishing And Printing College

XSYS has announced its active participation in the 70th anniversary celebrations of the Shanghai Publishing and Printing College (SPPC). 

Known for its achievements in education, the SPPC was founded in 1953 as the first higher educational institution dedicated to the publishing and printing industry in China.

One of the program highlights of the celebration day on October 15 is a seminar entitled “Integration of Industry and Education on Green and Digital Printing under Carbon Peaking and Carbon Neutrality Strategy.” 

As part of this topical presentation on sustainability, Florian Hölzle, XSYS Product Manager for the nyloflex and nylosolv portfolios, will share insights into the key trends that are driving market developments and technological innovation in flexographic platemaking and printing.

Additionally, the event will include two press conferences unveiling critical industry reports. The first conference will introduce the “2023 China Flexographic Printing Development Report” offering an in-depth analysis of the current state and future prospects of flexographic printing in China. 

The second conference will present the “2023 Report on the Development of Green Packaging Industry in the Yangtze River Delta,” shedding light on the region’s efforts to promote sustainable packaging.

For more than a decade, XSYS and the SPPC have collaborated to promote the cultivation of professional talent in packaging and flexographic printing technology. This close partnership culminated in March 2019 with the grand opening of the Asia-Pacific Technology Center (ATC) as a location for R&D, manufacturing, training, and education. 

XSYS made an investment of €2 million into the ATC, establishing a dedicated space where the company’s technicians can collaborate with SPPC members and customers to develop new solutions.


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