January 27, 2017
A wide range of industry companies are already confirmed for the event – taking place from tomorrow until Tuesday in Frankfurt, Germany – as exhibitors, with strong interest shown. In May 2016, The Recycler reported the entire Paperworld event has seen a record number of exhibitor registrations, and over 100 exhibitors have been confirmed for the Remanexpo product group in Hall 6.0, after last year’s event saw over 1,608 exhibitors and 36,773 visitors from over 139 countries.
The show follows a year filled with developments for the cartridge remanufacturing industry, with some of the major topics to be discussed at the REMCON seminar programme, taking place throughout the event in the seminar theatre located in Hall 6.0. Each day will begin with a morning briefing where visitors can “take a few minutes to network and find out” what’s going on and what’s happened at the show, followed by a short introductory discussion by Chair Peter Mayhew of Lightwords Imaging before the programme begins.
The first day will see talks from Connett & Unland GbR’s David Connett on 2016 in the industry; Static Control’s Simon Grimes on the state of the imaging industry; Mayhew on understanding attitudes to print and printing; Static Control’s Chris Kilpatrick on the JetIntelligence products; ETIRA’s Vincent van Dijk on the association’s work this year; Embatex’s Christian Wernhart on a sustainable sales approach; and Uninet Imaging’s Zoltan Matyas on the generational challenge.
Nominees for The Recycler Awards have been revealed, with voting open until 28 January here, and winners will be presented with their awards on Sunday 29 January at 5.30pm at the seminar theatre, ahead of a cocktail reception hosted by industry trade association ETIRA and sponsored by show organisers Messe Frankfurt.
The Recycler will be attending the show and reporting from Hall 6.0 each day, while our post-show report will feature in issue 292. For all the latest information and news, visit www.therecycler.com, and for an exhibitor list, the full seminar programme and speaker profiles, visit www.therecyclerlive.com.