Rotometrics European Open House 2018 takes place from 3rd to 4th July in Aldrigde, UK (Source: Rotometrics)
UK • In July Rotometrics organises its European Open House in Aldrige. The global manufacturer of rotary die tooling will open its doors to printers, converters and packaging specialists from around the world in a special two day event on 3rd and 4th July 2018. Presently, they have already attracted over 30 major co-suppliers to take part in this fourth biennial event.
According to Neil Lilly, customer services director for the UK and Eire,“2016 was an amazing success and exceeded all expectations in terms of the number of visitors and the diversity of markets from which they came. Unanimous feedback was to build on this prestigious event and to continue to provide information on the cutting-edge developments in our industry.”
This year having now confirmed a formidable group of headline speakers from the printing and packaging industry they are hoping for reaching great interest. Described in the Guinnes Book of Records as “the world’s greatest living explorer”, Sir Ranulph Fiennes will attend the event. According to the company, a “truly awe-inspiring, motivational speaker” who will take to the stage on both days, adding to the themed event of “Exploration”.
Key event speakers are:
Kevin Vyse: M&S Senior Packaging Technologist & Circular Economy Lead – Why Having a Defined and Active Social, Ethical and Environmental Policy is Vital for the Future of Business.
Sanjay Patel: Founding partner of Packaging Collective – Opening the eyes of brands, organisations and teams to a new and more human way of engaging their staff, unleashing their creativity in a purposeful way.
Joanna Stephenson: Co Founder of Women In Packaging UK – The latest global trends and their impact on the label sector (addressing social, economic and political change and what it means for today’s label business and the opportunities in the future).
Susan Wright: Editorial Director and Publisher of Earth Island – Why Future Success in Labels and Packaging depends on innovation, creativity and most importantly, environmental care.