Nowadays, there are many ways to get from packaging design to high-quality print. Whether it is flexo, offset, gravure or digital print – every printing method has its own characteristics and quality criteria. Employees from marketing, sales or purchasing departments of brand manufacturers face high demands regarding complex knowledge in these fields. In order to keep up with technological development in package printing, FLEXICON as one of the world’s leading prepress and premedia companies offers seminars regularly at its headquarters in Halle (Westfalen).

Get familiar with innovative workflows and printing processes

”We’re glad that our seminars receive such a great response among our customers“, states Stefan Winterberg, Global Technical Director and seminar instructor at FLEXICON. ”Knowledge and skills of employees that function as interfaces to agencies and printing companies need to be updated constantly. We provide this knowledge in our seminars.“Therefore, the seminar ‚Printing methods, technologies, processes and print approvals‘ in October was much in demand. After two days of intensive work, participants from the companies apetito, Gerolsteiner, tegut, Dr. Schumacher, FoodForPlanet, Josera Petfood and Schne-frost left with new know-how. The seminar discussed topics from design to print, technical set-up in artwork, colour management and proofing, e-commerce solutions, technologies and possibilities with flexo printing plates. A guided tour through the company, including a visit at the printing plate production which is one of the biggest in Europe, completed the seminar. FLEXICON has modern training rooms with a Work-Café which is popular for the exchange of experiences during breaks. The next seminar is planned for January 2020. Register now!


In the best of hands when it comes to printing: The participants of the two-day seminar ‚Printing methods, technologies, processes and print approvals‘ at Flexicon were supervised by Stefan Winterberg (4th from right), Global Technical Director and seminar instructor, and Bernd Sanning (3rd from left), Manager Service & Innovation.