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Maxcess University Conference Week Heads to Louisville

May 11, 2010

Only 30 seats remain for web handling training event.

Maxcess International, a world leader in the supply of engineered components for the web handling industry, announced open registration for Maxcess University Conference Week 2010, to be held at the Graphic Packaging Training Center in Louisville, Kentucky June 7th – 10th.

The four-day curriculum will offer up to 40 attendees a comprehensive view of web handling, from general theory to the detailed application of technology. Each day presents an opportunity to learn about a different aspect of web handling, and attendees can choose a single day of training or save significantly by staying the entire week. Classes will take place in a world-class converting facility, providing opportunities for hands-on training and fostering further discussion on converting techniques and practices.

“I came because we had issues with film that is wound really tightly. The classes gave me techniques and ideas about what we need to do to improve our operations,” said Tom Marion of L&L Products and a graduate of Conference Week 2007. “It’s interesting to see how everyone has the same sort of problems, just different ways of looking at them.”

Maxcess University reflects a commitment by Maxcess International to empower the customer with access to information on the latest technology and the training on how to use it properly, in formats that are easily accessed for multiple styles of learning. Content for the University reflects expertise of Fife, MAGPOWR and Tidland in Winding, Slitting, Guiding, and Tension Control product categories.

To learn more about Maxcess University Conference Week, visit or call (800) 639-3433 to register.

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