Business and Industry Partners

 

Our Program Sponsors

Harper Corporation of America

Today, Harper Corporation of America is the leading innovator in anilox roll production and restoration for corrugated, wide web, narrow web and newspaper Flexographic printing markets worldwide with manufacturing facilities in Charlotte, NC, Green Bay, WI, and Bangkok, Thailand.


Water Ink Technologies

 Water Ink Technologies, Inc., is a dynamic leader in flexographic inks and coatings. As an innovator in water-based and UV technology, Water Ink Technologies, Inc., has developed products that provide new levels of safety, quality, and proficiency.


 Rotometrics

RotoMetrics, your single-source for high-quality rotary and flexible dies, print cylinders and other rotary tooling. No matter what type of application your business needs—from labels, to packaging, to specialty products.


 Anderson and Vreeland

Anderson & Vreeland offers flexographers a “systems approach” to prepress, with a complete selection of equipment, materials and software specifically designed for flexo. 


Alden and Ott 

For 50 years, Alden & Ott Printing Ink Company has enjoyed a reputation for quality ink products, technological leadership and personalized service to our valued customers in the printing industry.


Mac Paper

Mac Papers is the finest distributor of printing paper, envelopes and graphic supplies in the Southeast, with sales offices and distribution centers strategically located throughout the region. 


 

UPMRaflatac

UPM Raflatac is a globally leading supplier of pressure sensitive labelstock and manufacturer of RFID (radio frequency identification) tags and inlays. Labelstock from UPM Raflatac and new-generation Rafsec RFID products meet the needs of demanding applications in a vast array of end-uses.

 


 

Mark Andy

Mark Andy, Inc., is the world's number one manufacturer of narrow web printing equipment.

 


 

Fabrix

FABRIX, inc. is a state-of-the-art digital service provider located in the historic South End District of Charlotte, NC. The South End District was originally home to Charlotte's Textile Industry, a fitting location for a company that produces stunning full color, high resolution graphics on a variety of synthetic textiles for a variety of end uses.