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Print+Packaging | September | 2016 Chief Development Officer

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PT. Indokonverta Indah’s Rizal Ismail is clearly evident as the man behind the company’s prowess

14-15 | Expertise United

TKM Meyer envelops the full spectrum of printing needs

16 | Golden Color Automatic Ink Dispenser 17 | The outlook for recyclable packaging materials New report examines four factors driving the increased global demand for recyclable packaging materials 18-19 | Delivers as promised Kim Pai Group, and ultimately their customers, benefited from the versatility as well as the speed and precision of Bobst Expertcut 106

20 | Kãmau kî `aha! A night of celebration; Hawaiian style

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APP predicts $1 trillion packaging sales by 2020 of things, from the look and feel, to its suitability for a variety of printing techniques, through to its sustainability credentials.” She added that digital printing will also open up a range of new and exciting print applications. “We could be looking at more than 9 billion consumers on the planet by 2050 and more people than ever before will be living in cities with busy, timeprecious lives. That’s going to lead to more demand for out of home food service as well as on-the-go packaging, savvy brands will be looking at how to establish their reputations in these areas in the years ahead.” All the panellists agreed that the luxury market will be a major contributor to growth, with expected growth of 19% in value terms through to 2019, creating a market worth $17.6billion. Growth across Asia-Pacific and

Bobst kits and services resonate with Drupa visitors


he supplier said the footfall resulted in sales at the show exceeding both expectations and the total recorded at Bobst’s record breaking Drupa four years ago. Buyers are said to have shown particularly strong interest in the new M6 Digital Flexo press, as well as in mid- and high-range converting

for sheet-fed carton manufacture and in services such as online troubleshooting. Bobst said its solutions at Drupa addressed the concerns visitors expressed regarding how to profitably manufacture when run lengths are constantly reducing and labour costs increasing. Drupa 2016 also offered an

opportunity for Bobst to celebrate its 125th anniversary with customers from all over the world. Jean-Pascal Bobst, chief executive, Bobst, said: “The industries we serve today are searching for drastic productivity improvement through innovations, services and people relationships. Moreover, the digitalization of the packaging supply chain is paving the way for the future. This year´s Drupa has again been a great platform for us to demonstrate that we deliver the right solutions for our customers´ applications – be they folding carton, flexible material, labels or corrugated board.”

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ndustry experts outlined their views on the key drivers behind future growth in demand for packaging products, and predicted the industry could break through $1 trillion in global sales by 2020, but more must be done for this to happen. The ability of printers and packaging manufacturers to keep pace with changing customer demand, whether for the personalised packages unlocked by digital printing, or demand for luxury and sustainable materials will be the key to the long term success of the industry. “You need to think about the end of life of a product right at the start of the process,” said Liz Wilks, APP European director – sustainability and stakeholder outreach. “What we’re seeing with luxury packaging is growth in paper and board and that’s being driven by a number

South & Central America is expected to reach as high as 6% and 9% per annum respectively as a new generation of consumers begin to access luxury packaging, while the established markets of Western Europe and North America will also enjoy healthy growth of 3% per annum, largely driven by an increase in personalised packaging sectors such as the premium alcoholic drinks market. Dominic Cakebread, packaging consultant at Smithers Pira, argued that one area of future growth could be through greater collaboration between traditional rivals from the plastics and paper industries, in particular in terms of making use of biodegradable plastics. “While the two industries may still see themselves as competitors there are several scenarios where the two materials work well in tandem, particularly with biodegradable plastics as an alternative to traditional PE linings for food contact materials.”

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An Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) round table event has identified personalisation and convenience as key drivers for future packaging growth

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drupa 2016 – a resounding success

year. Its success has come not only from its performance but also its configuration and automation options that allow end-to-end production and the use of low-migration UV inks for printing on primary packaging.

EFI offers ‘cool cure’ LED

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eyond expectations. Those two words precisely sum up the sentiment of drupa exhibitors. While many unveiled breath-taking developments amid great fanfare, just as importantly many seem to have demolished their sales targets. Statistically speaking, some 260 000 visitors from 188 countries (including 1 900 journalists from 74 countries) travelled to Düsseldorf to learn about technology innovations and business developments. The bullish sentiment among exhibitors is summed up by HP’s Francois Martin, who describes drupa 2016 as ‘a landmark show’. It’s clear, he says, that digital has arrived as mainstream, and he reveals that HP experienced the best drupa ever – with sales not only surpassing 2012 results by 20%, but exceeding 2016’s ambitious goals by 25%.

The corrugated drupa

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02 As in 2012, ‘inkjet’ was again the foremost buzz word, but coming a close second was ‘corrugated packaging’ – not concepts traditionally mentioned in the same sentence! This year, apart from the expected focus on digital printing of labels and flexible packaging, a number of new inkjet presses were specifically targeted at the corrugated sector. In fact, some commentators have already dubbed this year’s show ‘the corrugated drupa’. Among those igniting digital post-print on corrugated is HP with its PageWide C500 press that offers

versatile, offset-quality, cost-effective direct-to-board printing. Designed to be seamlessly incorporated into a standard production environment – from large integrated packaging converters with centralised printing, to small, independent sheet plants – the press enables affordable adoption of digital technology for mainstream production, reinventing a packaging segment that’s seen to be ripe with opportunities.

Durst transforms corrugated

At a press conference on the Durst stand, the company showcased singleand multi-pass printing systems for corrugated converters. Unveiled was the new Rho 130 SPC press that can print at amazing speeds up to 9 350m2/h, offering the industrial productivity needed to transform the corrugated packaging sector towards digital technology. It also supports sampling, customisation and versioning, directly and without set-up costs. As with HP, the development of a water-based ink system has allowed Durst to address the need for sustainable packaging and to meet food safety requirements. The Rho 130 SPC is based on the latest-generation of single-pass printing systems already used for label printing – for instance Durst’s Tau 330, a single-pass UV inkjet label press already installed at 60 label converters during the last

Yet another company using drupa to unveil its first inkjet press for corrugated packaging was EFI (Electronics For Imaging). The 1.8mwide EFI Nozomi C18000 inkjet press will help corrugated converters and brand owners to access broader design options in corrugated board, with fast turnaround times, and low production costs. This sheetfed, digital press features run speeds up to 8 100m2/h and can print on board up to 1.8m x 3m in size but a double-lane printing feature increases throughput to 9 000m2/ hour (800mm x 600mm board). The press’s LED imaging capabilities provide brilliant, accurate colour imaging on just about any board substrate.

Digital printing for labels and packaging

Apart from the HP PageWide C500 press for corrugated post-print, the company also showcased its latest HP Indigo Digital Combination Press that allows printing and digital embellishments in a single pass for high-value labels and packaging. Setting a new productivity benchmark in digital narrow-web printing, the HP Indigo 8000 offers high-volume converters end-to-end label production at speeds up to 80m/ min. Working inline or off-line with ABG’s FAST Track semi-rotary die-cut

Unlocking opportunities for folding cartons

Scodix, a Kemtek principal, launched its breakthrough Scodix E106 enhancement press for the folding carton market. This digital press delivers enhancement solutions for printers in the packaging sector. Offered in a B1 (1 060 x 760mm) format and

enabling ultra-fast production (up to 4 000sph) the press makes mediumto short-run lengths viable that were previously unachievable. This combination of features, exclusive to Scodix technology, provides clear benefits for folding carton printers and converters to differentiate their offerings and boost profit margins.

Gallus on fire

Forming part of Heidelberg’s presentation of its latest digital portfolio under the family name ‘Fire’ was the Gallus DCS 340, now renamed the Gallus Labelfire 340. Launched last September at Labelexpo in Brussels, this modular digital converting system consists of an inkjet printing module integrated into a Gallus platform – combining the latest digital technology with the benefits of conventional printing and converting. Developed between Heidelberg/ Gallus and Fujifilm, it’s expected to set new standards in label printing in terms of quality, short-run efficiency and scope for customisation. A native resolution of 1 200dpi delivers unmatched print quality, and offers a maximum speed of 50m/min, regardless of label size or how many of the eight colours are in use. In addition to superior inkjet technology, the Gallus Labelfire 340 also includes tried and tested converting modules taken from the Gallus ECS 340. By combining the strengths of digital printing with an inline finishing process optimised for digital printing, the Gallus Labelfire gives users the chance to varnish, embellish and further process labels inline – from the roll to the finished die-cut label – in a single operation. The whole system is integrated into Prinect, Heidelberg’s print media workflow.

Big steps for Landa, giant steps for digital

Of particular interest to packaging printers were the S10 for folding carton production, the W10 for flexible packaging, and a nanotechnology breakthrough for the metallisation market. Landa’s W10, a one-metre wide press for digital printing of flexible packaging prints up to eight colours at 200m/min on plastic films, paper, cartonboard and aluminium foil. ‘Fourteen years of nanotechnology research has enabled us to make tremendous breakthroughs in the quality, speed and cost of printing for flexible packaging,’ Benny said. He maintains that this press produces gravure-quality print while offering flexible packaging converters affordable short- to medium-run lengths with flexo-competitive costs and productivity. Landa’s new Nano-Metallography technology offers zero-waste metallisation, claimed to reduce costs by more than half compared to foil. Landa’s faster, simpler process is expected to streamline the production of metallised print and improve profitability. It works with the full spectrum of conventional printing technologies, including narrow-web flexo, offset and screen for the production of labels, sheetfed offset for folding carton and commercial printing, web-offset for publishing and wide-web flexo and gravure for flexible packaging. ‘Current metallisation processes are prohibitively expensive due to the high cost of foil and tremendous waste,’ Benny observes. ‘Our Nano-Metallography will enable metallisation at less than half the cost of foil, with zero waste – and it’s microwave compatible.’ ‘For more than 20 years, digital printing has excelled as a solution for niche markets,’ Benny told the assembled journalists. ‘Today’s announcements are one big step for Landa; and a giant step for the digital printing industry. With the size and calibre of these customers and the volumes of digital print they’ll produce across the globe, we can truly say that digital printing is becoming mainstream." A digital vision for the printing industry.

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unit, the press provides an efficient all-digital workflow, as well as realtime quality assurance using AVT inspection technology. The HP Indigo 8000, WS6800 and 20000 Digital Presses support HP Indigo ElectroInk Premium White, a versatile new ink that helps converters deliver wider opacity levels. Additionally, these presses feature a new colour automation package that perfects colour accuracy, consistency and repeatability, enabling converters to reach any brand colour in minutes. For flexible packaging, the HP Indigo 20000 now features an upgrade package that enables compatibility with substrates such as polyethylene and stretchable materials, for highvolume flexible packaging, shrink sleeves, in-mould labels and pressuresensitive label applications, including lids and laminated tubes. The HP Indigo 30000 upgrade package is said to increase productivity by up to 30%, enabling dozens of folding carton jobs per day. This press provides high-margin opportunities with synthetic media, metallised boards, PVC, polypropylene and polyester materials. It also brings new and improved security features, such as micro text and barcodes. Designed especially for inline finishing with the HP Indigo 30000, the TRESU iCoat 30000 offers protective and spot varnish in one pass as well as new embellishment capabilities with gold, silver and other high-viscosity flexo inks. This press is also compatible with HP’s partners’ converting systems for inspection, creasing, folding and gluing. Integration with AVT’s inline inspection system ensures error-free production, with automatic ejection of defective sheets.

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Kodak’s Street Box at drupa: Dazzling display of packaging


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n every city quarter there's a local convenience store, and the Kodak Quarter at drupa was no exception. Stocked from floor to ceiling with consumer goods where the packaging was printed using Kodak products, the Street Box delivered a unique and eyecatching venue for Kodak customers from around the world to showcase the ways in which they are using Kodak technologies to grow their businesses and change the package printing industry. Flexo customers, both prepress service providers and printers, featured prominently in the store, displayed examples that ranged all the way from high quality post-print corrugated wine boxes produced in

New Zealand to short-run in-mold labels from Lithuania and high volume snack food flexible packaging from Peru. All stunning examples of flexo printing, many of them regional print excellence award winners, the real stories lie in the differentiated capabilities that these customers have built, using KODAK FLEXCEL NX Technology as a foundation, to enable their brand clients to bring higher quality, cost-effective, timely product packaging to market in ways they would previously have not thought possible.  Gravure to flexo conversions that shorten lead times and facilitate cost-effective short run lengths while maintaining highest

quality reproduction for flexible packaging.  Lightning-fast set up times that make flexo short-run labels truly cost competitive.  Fixed color palettes that reduce the reliance on spot colors and simplify production.  Direct print on low volume corrugated boxes that rival the quality of pre-print liner at a fraction of the cost.

Bringing digital printing advantages to embellishment printing, the technology was shown as part of an HP Indigo WS6800 Digital Press, demonstrating an efficient all-digital solution for highvalue label production. Alon Bar-Shany, general manager, Indigo division, HP, said customers will be able to print spot and tactile varnishes, cold foil, embossing and other effects as well as variable embellishments powered by HP SmartStream Mosaic in one end-toend digital combination printing process. The solution is designed to enable label converters to help brands

enhance their products’ shelf appeal, increase their agility and reduce time to market, while removing existing production bottlenecks. “Embellishments are an effective way for brands to increase their products’ shelf appeal, but the current analog production methods are complex, inefficient and expensive,” said Bar-Shany. “HP Indigo digital combination printing digitalizes one of the remaining conventional production bottlenecks and will allow our customers to produce highlydecorated labels in a simple, efficient and fully automated process, without plates, tooling or mechanical prepress, bringing the digital revolution to new areas of the label market.” The solution will target all levels of production capacity at up to 40 meters per minute with the HP Indigo WS6800 Digital Press and up to 80 meters per minute with the HP Indigo 8000 Digital Press and offer the same application versatility as the press in use.

HP showcases digital combination printing for label sector

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04 Historically, label converters have combined multiple print technologies in one job to achieve certain performance, aesthetic effects or embellishments common mostly in wine, spirits and personal care labels. The process of printing digitally and then adding varnishes, foil and other embellishments with an analog device is suited to short runs. HP says it has changed the rules of digital label printing by enabling converters to fully leverage the increase in digital printing capacity, showcasing a fully integrated, single-pass digital combination print process for the labels market.



lobal food processing and packaging giant Tetra Pak is looking to push its coconut water production with the marketing release of a coconut handbook. Tetra Pak says it has identified potential in the coconut water market which is understood to have hit the $1bn mark. The 180-page handbook says the leading producers of coconut water in the world are Indonesia, the Philippines and India. Together, these countries account for over 75 per cent of total coconut production globally. Tetra’s coconut expertise guide provides general information and technical detail about coconut water, logistics and packaging – offered to clients looking for an appropriate coconut water processing and packaging company.

It also operates a Coconut Knowledge Centre (CKC) in Singapore which it opened in 2012. The facility coupled with its freshly printed handbook make part of Tetra Pak’s aim to become the food industry’s preferred supplier of fully integrated coconut solutions “As a part of our marketing services, CKC is also the key driver of partnerships in the food industry. We do so by tracking and sharing key categories, market developments and trends; capturing interesting product launches; identifying new products and market opportunities; as well as lead strategic planning and execution,” says Tetra Pak. Tetra has also released handbooks relating to production in the key markets of orange juice production and dairy processing.

Packaging waste an issue for Singapore The Singapore government will implement mandatory requirements targeting sustainable packaging waste management in a bid to curb swelling rates of packaging waste in the country. Singapore’s environment minister

Masagos Zulkifli revealed the National Environment Agency (NEA) will put in place measures such as mandatory reporting of packaging waste by businesses and submissions of packaging waste reduction plans. Between 2007 and 2016, the

signatories had cumulatively reduced more than 32,000 tonnes of packaging waste. However, the amount of packaging waste reduced – about 6,300 tonnes per year, constitutes less than one per cent of the annual amount of packaging waste disposed of in Singapore. ” The government expects to roll out the new sustainable packaging requirements within three to five years.

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Tetra Pak to boost beverage production

Flexibles giant Constantia Flexibles Group has completed its acquisition of Vietnamese pharmaceutical packaging manufacturer Oai Hung Co in a bid to strengthen its Asian presence. Oai Hung produces aluminium blister foil and rigid film for the pharmaceutical market in Vietnam, and is headquartered in Ho Chi Minh City. The acquisition will complement Constantia’s existing pharmaceutical, home and personal care flexible packaging, and is the group’s first pharmaceutical production site in Asia. Oai Hung is family owned and commenced operations in 1999. It now achieves annual sales of some $36m and employs 240 staff. It is understood Constantia will keep Oai Hung’s staff on board at its Ho Chi Minh production site. The Vietnamese packaging company also made a foray into the dairylidding market two years ago. Constantia already produces pharmaceutical packaging with operations in Austria, Germany and Spain. Its overall business operations include 54 sites in 23 different countries. It also recently bought Pemara Labels, which has production sites in Ho Chi Minh City, as well as Melbourne, Jakarta, and Kuala Lumpur.

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Pack Print returns to Bangkok

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ack Print International,Thailand’s packaging and printing trade fair for the industry will take place from September 20-23 September, 2017, at the Bangkok International trade and Exhibition Centre. Organisers says the exhibitor line-up spans the entire value chain from idea to shelf, reflecting key global trends in the market which sees an increasing synergy between packaging and printing. The four day exhibition will feature areas such as corrugated printing and packaging, labelling, digital printing, electronic printing, and flexible packaging. As well as presenting a broad exhibit range of technology, machinery, Products, and services to serve the packaging and printing value chain, the exhibition will also extend its reach to a more comprehensive breadth of industries including automotive, electronics, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, drinks, and other fast moving consumer goods. Organsiers say all these industry sectors require good packaging, customisation, labelling, and packaging printing

to create attractive, cost-efficient and sustainable products in an increasingly crowded and competitive marketplace. A tripartite collaboration between Messe Düsseldorf Asia, the Thai Packaging Association, and the Thai Printing Association, Pack Print International takes its lead from global trade fairs such as drupa and interpack. The event will run concurrently with T-Plas, the international trade fair for the Plastics and Rubber Industries, which focuses on the region’s plastics and rubber markets. According to Smithers Pira, the global packaging market will reach US$975bn by 2018, developing at an annual growth rate of four per cent. It predicts Asia to represent over 40 per cent of global demand for packaging. It adds that printing will see an annual growth of two per cent per year from now to 2020. A study by the Economist Intelligence Unit says package printing will register a 4.2 per cent CAGR through to 2017, accounting for 43 per cent of the printing market. Demand for packaged goods will keep corrugated print in control of the global print market, whereas flexible packaging, labels and tags will

have greater demand from growing diversification in print products. The Asia-Pacific region’s share of packaging printing market has risen to 37 per cent The Asia-Pacific region’s share of packaging printing market has risen to 37 per cent in 2014. Organisers say thanks to rising competition, consumer awareness, demand for aesthetically appealing packaging, and sustainable printing, AsiaPacific’s market share will grow at the highest CAGR from 2015 to 2020, in terms of volume, to become the fastest-growing market for packaging printing. Organisers expect Thailand’s packaging industry expect to grow at a CAGR 6.41 per cent to reach a value of US$11.1bn at the end of 2016. Its printing industry will grow in line with national economic growth, estimated at between 3.5-4.5 per cent. Thailand, the largest printing hub in Southeast Asia, imports its offset and digital printing machinery. Indonesian packaging looks set

Interpack 2017 is 20% overbooked

registrations for the world’s most important trade fair for the packaging sector and related processing industries at the end of February, companies had booked about 20 per cent more space than is available at the Düsseldorf exhibition centre with its 19 halls. Interpack is an unparalleled platform for companies with products and solutions from the fields of packaging technology, related processes and packaging materials for the segments of food and beverages, confectionery and bakery products, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, non-food

consumer goods and industrial goods. What exhibitors are offering is being supplemented by innovative special themes. The theme of "Save Food" will be prominent at Interpack 2017. The “innovationparc” special show is presenting packaging strategies and solutions that can help to reduce food loss and wastage – including the winners of the national competitions for the Save Food Packaging Awards of the World Packaging Organisation (WPO).Besides Interpack – the Interpack alliance includes Upakovka (Moscow), Food Pex (Shanghai),


nterpack which shall transpire in Düsseldorf from 4 to 10 May 2017 is overbooked. According to the show organisers, Messe Dusseldorf, "Interpack 2017 has recorded the biggest exhibitor demand in its over 55-year history." By the official closing date for


China Pharm (Shanghai), Bulk Pex (Shanghai), Pacpro Asia (Shanghai), Packtech India/Food Pex India (Mumbai), Components (Düsseldorf), Food processing & Packaging Exposyum Kenya (Nairobi), Indopack (Jakarta), and Process Expo (Chicago). The four Chinese trade fairs take place every two years in a combined event known as Shanghai World of Packaging (SWOP). The FPPE Kenya in December 2016 and the Upakovka in January 2017 will be the first two trade fairs displaying the new visual identity.


ino-Pack 2017 and Packinno 2017 will take place from March 1-3 at the China Import and Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou. Organisers expect more than 660 exhibitors from 22 countries to host visitors across an exhibiting area of 44,000 sqm. They say that global market research organization, Technavio, predicts the worldwide packaging market will grow at a CAGR of more than five per cent 2020. Sino-Pack 2017 will feature four thematic zones: smart packaging, logistics packaging, general packaging and food packaging. Smart packaging looks at increased shelf life, reduced counterfeiting, increased product safety coupled with low cost, and ease of implementation. This zone will showcase a series of automated packaging machinery, including automated production line, palletisers, sorting machines, containing machines, bulk handling equipment, stacking machines, and demolition machines. Logistics packaging looks at the sourcing need of back-end packaging equipment of conveying, packaging, palletising, sorting, transportation and warehousing. This zone will show the latest logistics equipment and systems including barcode

information systems, conveyor machines, stacking crane, threedimensional rack, and sorting machines. The general packaging zone’s exhibits include a series of secondary packaging machines, such as palletisers, strapping machines, boxing machines, ink-jet printing machines, shrink wrapping machines, automatic box filling machines, carton sealing machines, labelling machines, container machinery, and skin packaging machines. The food packaging zone will introduce up-to-date sealing machines, wrapping machines, vacuum packaging machines, aseptic packaging machines, forming, filling & sealing machines, and filling machines. Packinno 2017 will feature a special zone on logistic packaging materials for packaging products such as cartons, stretch film, and inflatable bags. It will also retain the traditional paper and plastic packaging products for food and cosmetic industries. It will also have an innovative packing materials zone, with the latest technologies and eco-friendly packaging materials such as master batch, ink, plastic packaging film, and adhesives.

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to grow at 13.2 per cent between 2012 and 2017, the second-fastestgrowing print products sector and could have the second-largest market size at US$2.7bn in 2017. Forecasts say Indonesia’s print market should grow to US$9.1bn in 2017, and growth rate will register at 11.2 per cent through to 2017. In Malaysia, experts expect food consumption US$20bn in 2017 and pharmaceutical sales to register US$5bn by 2023. The printing industry, one of Malaysia’s five pillar industries, has an output value of over US$3bn since 2014. In recent years, packaging printing, in particular, has seen the most significant growth momentum. Vietnam has seen average annual growth of 15-20 per cent in its printing and packaging sectors. Industrial packaging and label printing accounted for 80 per cent of its total domestic output.

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‘I did it I my way’ PT. Indokonverta Indah’s Rizal Ismail is clearly evident as the man behind the company’s prowess

n this modern world the development of a society and the prospects of an up and coming business, is driven by the modern day technology that has enabled a majority of companies to flourish and build a strong foundation through social networks, online websites and advertisements. However, PT. Indokonverta Indah has proven itself to be independent in terms of building a strong foundation regardless of its exposure on today’s social platform and high technology era. PT. Indokonverta Indah claims to

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be a decent medium size company yet has proven themselves to be beyond what they claim by delivering quality to their clients and catering to the hearts and souls of big companies. Their ever modest and humble approach of the business is clearly evident in the man behind this establishment, Rizal Ismail, as Print Plus Packaging sat down with him to converse about the inner workings that contribute to the success of PT. Indokonverta Indah. In the midst of an era in which Indonesia was still a developing country, PT. Indokonverta Indah was established around 1984 by Rizal’s late father and Felix. As apprentice entrepreneurs at the time, they started the company by using a couple of machineries from Japan, Taiwan and South Korea. They soon evolved into using machineries from Europe as the demand of quality increased amongst clients in 2005. In 2007, they invested in their first laminator and expanded even more when they gained more trust from their clients. They received positive feedbacks in 2011 as the first WINDMÜLLER HÜLSCHER and HELIO STAR gravure printing

machine was installed in Indonesia. This is a prominent example of how PT. Indokonverta Indah began as miniscule company that only expands greatly with time. By now you are probably wondering what is PT. Indokonverta Indah all about? PT. Indokonverta Indah specializes in rotogravure printing in the flexible packaging industry. Rotogravure printing is a type of intaglio printing which involves engraving the image onto an image carrier. This form of printing are specific, as it uses doctor blades which is a vital part of rotogravure printing. The doctor blades removes excess ink from the smooth, nonengraved portions of the image carrier to produce a product of quality. The doctor blades used in the rotogravure printing by PT. Indokonverta Indah is supplied by TKM, of German made. This independent company has surpassed success in the growth sector of industrial knives for about more than two decades. From a local trading firm to a typical medium-sized company,

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“Every company has its limitations and that is something every individual needs to understand in this context to ensure that what they deliver is a product of quality. Not every expectations can be met therefore it’s better to compromise to ensure that the quality of the product is not tainted in the instance that the individuals do not see eye to eye.”

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TKM has become a global player with an international standing in the part of machine knives. Apart from German, machines and doctor blades, they too are using Siegwerk inks. Although today’s society is filled with various types of minorities living in harmony, everyone tends to have their own opinions and thoughts on various different matters concerning the bigger issues commonly discussed. Even for tiny matters it’s the same thing. As civilized human beings we strongly believe that everyone is entitled to their own opinions but at times it could be very difficult to uphold this believe as it does not benefit various parties. This is a common issue faced by advertisement companies and printing companies that are trying to meet the clients demand. When asked about this very issue, Rizal Ismail said that he faced the same problems. “It’s hard to meet everyone’s expectations and demands especially when dealing with big companies where there are too many people surrounding them and them being the smaller element, it’s very difficult. “Every company has its limitations and that is something every individual needs to understand in this context to ensure that what they deliver is a product of quality. Not every expectations can be met therefore it’s better to compromise to ensure that the quality of the product is not tainted in the instance that the individuals do not see eye to eye,” he said. Looking through history, we see how the earliest civilizations such as Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt thrived for many years and in some ways are still part of our modern civilization. Through many research and studies, it was

discovered that this civilizations thrived because of its respective leaders and for civilizations that fell to ruins, it was also because of its respective leaders. This shows how the leader is vital part in maintaining the stability of an organization. This is similar to PT. Indokonverta Indah that has seen great success through the years because of its leader Rizal Ismail. Instead of the modern day cliché of a ruthless businessman who gained their success through their cold, distant yet calculative demeanor, Rizal Ismail’s slightly unorthodox method in running his business has proven to be greatly effective in terms of quality production and employee and employer relationship. In a company of 300 employees with 250 working in the factories and 50 in the head office, Rizal

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“It’s hard to meet everyone’s expectations and demands especially when dealing with big companies where there are too many people surrounding them and them being the smaller element, it’s very difficult.”

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“However, as time went on, the practice of using telegrams although not completely becoming extinct has been forgotten. Will the same happen to companies like Rizal’s? That is something that none of us can be very sure of. Although it is highly unlikely because printing is used in many forms and industries we still can’t overlook the matter because technology is so unpredictable and affected by many factors that anything is possible.”

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12 uses hands-on method in training his staff. Except for fire hazard training, he trains all of the staff himself. He believes that this method has a greater outcome in quality production, as there is no barrier that separates the employer and employee in terms of communication and understanding each other’s expectations. At the same time, Rizal feels that this method enables the employees to have the passion and high spirits in doing their job to ensure that Indokonverta Indah remains real. As Print Plus Packaging sat down with Rizal Ismail, not only were we able to see his modesty and humility but most importantly the passion within him for the company. He began as a mechanical engineer back then with little experience working in the US. After graduating in 2002, he worked as a production manager helping his father with the business. Although he had to work hard to learn everything in the business from scratch, it really did pay off in the end. In 2005, after his father (who had great expectations for Rizal) died, the son rose to the occasion. He was able to meet his father’s expectations with the help of Felix and his sister, Eida who handled financing. The business flourished remarkably.

Till today, Rizal admits that he is a kind of guy who can never stay in one place too long and he doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty to ensure the success of his company. This is another example of Rizal’s unorthodox method that has proven to be very effective in running his business by the lack of formalities he displays. He does not delve himself in one aspect of the job, instead he plays his role in the company as the producer director, the colour matching guy, does the R&D, stock counting and sometimes preproduction planning. Even at times he runs as the operator. This shows

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a certain period of time in the early 1900’s, telegrams were very important in communicating with various countries and diplomats that even the messengers were killed at times for protecting such confidential information. “However, as time went on, the practice of using telegrams although not completely becoming extinct has been forgotten. Will the same happen to companies like PT. Indokonverta Indah? That is something that none of us can be very sure of. Although it is highly unlikely because printing is used in many forms and industries we still can’t overlook the matter because technology is so unpredictable and affected by many factors that anything is possible.” PT. Indahknoverta Indah has proven themselves in today’s modern world of business. Despite the economic slowdown and inflation that affected the Indonesian economy in 2013, PT. Indokonverta Indah was not affected by it on a huge scale. The company focuses on specialized products, and they had huge advantage since 90% of printer companies were working on normal branded general products. Working on something slightly different from their competitors proved to be the key to their success.

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13 how Rizal encompasses every aspect that makes Indokonverta Indah a whole. The rapid increase in the evolution of technology with time, poses an important question: “What is the future of PT. Indokonverta Indah and does this evolution of technology threaten it?”. In terms of running the business, Rizal says he hopes that it will be continued by his children when they are older. “Through the evolution of mankind with technology, we see how things have been made simpler and certain aspects that were once vital are not needed anymore. For example, at


Expertise United TKM Meyer envelops the full spectrum of printing needs

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KM GrouP is a globally operated group of companies which manufactures machine knives and machine elements for the paper & packaging, wood, metal, plastics, rubber and recycling industry. In 1863, the company was found as trading firm while production of machine knives started in 1908. The registered office of the group, which cultivates global business relations, is located in Remscheid. The group operates production sites located in Germany, Austria, and Finland. The distribution of the products is led by sales representatives, affiliates, joint venture partners, and agencies. They manufacture and sell long and round machine knives for existing cutting systems as well as almost all materials to be cut.

Microprint esp doctor blade

Continuous research as well as decades of experience have made TKM Group a global player and one of the greatest knife specialists. The company TKM Meyer GmbH was founded in 1970 and is a member of the TKM Group since 1997. TKM Meyer located in Bargteheide near Hamburg produces precision spare parts and blades for customers in the printing and packaging industry worldwide. They are a manufacturer of doctor blades, high performance

knives and replacement parts for the printing and packaging industries. The company is aware that they do not merely produce and sell high precision products, as customers are searching for trust, security and reliability as well. With TKM Group, not only creative and expert competency awaits the clients, but also a readiness to provide services, partnership and personal service. They see their focus as a promising model. From this strong position, the company is making advances for their customers that ensure competitive advantages. Many well-known printing machine manufacturers and internationally orientated groups of companies already trust them on quality. TKM wants to ensure this trust for the future and to continue to grow in the market. The print quality in rotogravure printing and flexoprinting will be considerably influenced by the doctor blades. In this area, TKM Meyer has allowed their 35 years of experience to guide them in their ongoing innovation. In direct dialogue with their customers they have developed the (From left) Chris Yap, Sales Engineer of TKM Singapore, Devindran Chelliah, Regional Manager of TKM Singapore and Sean Lee, Sales Manager of TKM Singapore.


TKM Flexible packaging conference held in April 2016 in Surabaya, Indonesia.

enpurex® Power Bottle

colour dispenser from PT. Cipta Langgeng, Nestlé Indonesia on future packaging requirements, K.Walter on cylinder requirements and TKM on doctor blades. The event received full support from Rotokemas Indonesia. TKM truly believes in “Expertise United”.

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the machine set up time, print waste, increase the life of a client’s machine and the quality of their cuts. Missing dots and clogged cells is a common printing problem in the gravure industry. Dried ik could not be easily removed from gravure form cylinders or even for anilox rollers. This has brought upon the need for enpurex® power. enpurex is another TKM solution for this problem. It has the ability to detach dried ink particles off of the product, steering away from users to use aggresive cleaners. enpurex is also dermatologically tested, biodegradable, pH neutral and safe for aluminium. Besides missing dots and clogged cells, streaking is another common problem faced by gravure printers. The doctoring action between the doctor blade and cylinder produces metal dust, which contaminates the ink. This metal particles gets trapped under the blade and causes streaking. TKM Mag-Flux is a creative solution to tackle the problem, which falls under the Total Solution Package. Customer should invest in proper input factors such as doctor blades, inks and gravure cylinders to achieve proses optimisation. “Proper training seminars suppliers to improve employee knowledge will lead to total reduction in operating cost”. said Devindran Chelliah, Regional Manager of TKM Singapore Pte.Ldt TKM business module emphasizes on seminars and trainings for customers to enhance their knowledge. TKM organised the first flexible packaging conference in April 2016 in Surabaya. This was synergy among, Sakata ink Indonesia, Golden

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optimum doctor blades with high profitability and have achieved operational reliability and safety. In the flexoprinting industry for example, TKM Meyer has several products - one being the Duroblade among others - under its portfolio. Duroblade is a specially coated blade used for ceramic anilox rollers. The blade is gentle to the cylinder surface and is specially suitable for abrasive inks. For the gravure printing industry, the Ceraprint Doctor Blade was developed. It is designed with a special hardened material coating containing ceramic particles so that a highly wear-resistent surface in the tip area is obtained. This is ideally qualified for use with abrasive inks and minimises unwanted “pin lines” as well. It also results in high quality print even at intersections in the continuous tone areas. Besides that, the MicroPrint doctor blades is made of specially tempered tool steel with high wear resistance. The unique property of the blade increases the print quality while reducing printing defects. This blade comes with patented chemical treatment ESP that improves edge quality. Another added property of the blade is its ability to be reused for multiple short-run jobs. For the final stage in the printing process chain, TKM Meyer supplies cut off knives. Functional reliability is expected from these because a breakdown would have widereaching consequences with high costs. Over and above this, they custom manufacture solutions for the customers’ specific needs. TKM Meyer quality knives reduce


Golden Color Automatic Ink Dispenser

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hen it comes to quality ink dispenser, Beijing Golden Color Tech Co., Ltd. can vouch for that. Golden Color is an industrial manufacturer in chemical, printing, packaging, leather, dyeing printing, and paint fields and of innovator automation components and systems. The company has control software work and automatic management. Golden Color adapts to the rapid development of the home market, and in order to improve their quality of service and reach, the company has set ups in Guandong, Jiangsu and Zhejiang, Jiangsu, and Shandong service place. Internationally, Golden Color has service network in Southeast Asia, Korea, Japan, France, Germany, Russia, South Africa and the Americas surrogate. Golden Color uses GoldenColor Paint Dispensing system. The company has concentrated on developing paint dispensing and color matching systems for many years. In recent years, the company cooperated wholly with Fluid Solutions and worked out advanced and complete solutions on industry, supply high efficiency, conveyor system, single and multi-head filing system, and color matching software. They also provide and supply installation, testing, training, and best after services. Being specialised in ink, one of many products that Golden Color offers are the Automatic UV ink dispensing system. The automativ UV ink dispenser has 20 litres stainless steel canister, automatic agitation, automatic cleaning part, can table lifting part, gear pump, canister running part, electric control system, dispensing software, and the number of canisters

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can range up to 12, 14, 16, and 18 canisters. Other than that, their Golden Color system software is designed to be used in ease. Their software features include full product management, full inventory management, auto and manual dispense, export to excel file, reuse press returns, cost tracking, multilingual operation, built-in pantone, color quality control (spectrocam needed), and it supports bat code reader, printer. Golden Color ink dispenser benefits the printer through ‘just in time’ ink mixing, it is guaranteed repeatable ink blends, it eliminates overmakes and QC checks, ‘just enough’ reduce ink returns back from press, re-use press returns into new mixing and matching, full ink management and traceability, it also reduces waste and stock holding, safety focused by less human handling, ensures cleaner

environment, and full costing reports for print jobs. Apart from that, Golden Color also has the advantage of reduction in ink stock levels and that allows the incease in quality, traceability, organisation, discipline and levels of housekeeping within a printer’s ink stores. What makes Golden Color ink dispenser an eye catcher to many industries is its cost advantage. Golden Color Ink dispenser reduced ink costs with switch from pre-mix colours to bulk base supply, reduction in waste disposal of excess or return ink, and it can be recycling and re-use of press retuned inks. Overall, it reduces wastage and can save a lot of money for any industries. Other savings includes the reduction in press down-time, reduction customer returns/claims, transport, substrate waste, and manual labour.

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green packaging

The outlook for recyclable packaging materials

Standardized industry norms

According to Sharan Raj, a lead analyst at Technavio for packaging research, “The global recyclable packaging materials market is witnessing the standardization of rules, regulations, and methods relating to the manufacture of sustainable green packaging.” Currently, retailers and manufacturers follow varied international standards; however, common measures and standards for manufacturers are being implemented globally. In addition, the ISO has implemented standards with

respect to reusing, recycling, energy recycling, chemical recovery, and organic recovery activities. For example, ISO 18603:2013 lists the prequalifying criteria for packaging to be categorized as reusable and sets out assessment techniques for meeting these requirements.

Increased demand from food and beverage industry

The food and beverage industry is the largest consumer of recyclable packaging materials and contributes a large share to the global recyclable packaging materials market. Food and beverage manufacturers demand ecoefficient packaging materials that can preserve food and maintain its nutritional value. Companies like Cadbury, Coca-Cola, ConAgra Foods, Nestlé, and Pepsico use sustainable packaging materials, including plastics and metals, which gives them a competitive advantage over other market players. The food and beverage industry in the U.S. has planned to eliminate 4 billion pounds of packaging waste between 2005 and 2020. “Improving economic conditions in many developed countries along with the rise in disposable income of consumers in developing countries such as China, India, and Saudi Arabia has led to an increase in demand for packaged and processed foods, which augurs well for the market,” says Sharan.

Growth in the organized retail sector

Growth in the organized retail sector

has led to the rise of numerous supermarket and hypermarket chains. An increasing number of consumers in emerging markets such as India and China are purchasing grocery items in bulk from organized retail stores due to incentives such as discounts and promotions. This has led to an increase in demand for food and beverage products, which in turn has led to an increase in the demand for recycled packaging materials. This demand is expected to increase further during the forecast period. Therefore, the growth of the organized retail sector has propelled the growth of the recyclable packaging materials market.

Increased demand from APAC

APAC sees a huge demand for dairy packaging. In 2013, the market witnessed the highest growth in terms of volume in the dairy sector with a sales volume of 465 billion units. The dairy sector is expected to witness a rapid surge in liquid carton and rigid packaging by 2017. The growth will be mainly in the brick liquid cartons segment for flavored milk drinks packaging and in the plastic containers segment for yogurt packaging. This trend is set to continue during the forecast period, which is indicative of the growing purchasing power and changing tastes of consumers in this region. This will fuel the demand for the recyclable packaging materials market during the forecast period.

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n its latest report, “Global Recyclable Packaging Materials Market 2016-2020,” Technavio forecasts the global recyclable packaging materials market to grow at a CAGR of over 7% through 2020. The report segments the market on the basis of types of materials, end users, and geography. The report also presents the vendor landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the top five vendors operating in the market. In the report, Technavio transportation and logistics analysts highlight the following four factors that are contributing to the growth of the global recyclable packaging materials market:  Standardized industry norms  Increased demand from the food and beverage industry  Growth in the organized retail sector  Increased demand from the AsiaPacific (APAC) region

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New report examines four factors driving the increased global demand for recyclable packaging materials.


Delivers as promised Kim Pai Group, and ultimately their customers, benefited from the versatility as well as the speed and precision of Bobst Expertcut 106

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veryday, two out of three people in Thailand and millions around the world use packaging products from Kim Pai” claims Boonchu Limatibul, assistant managing director of Kim Pai Ltd., Part. “And we are supplying to the 80% regional needs of tube making.” Kim Pai which started since 1932 as a small print shop, is an integrated group of companies offering a wide range of printing and packaging solutions, including offset printed packaging, flexible packaging, self-adhesive labels, packaging and industrial film, toothpaste and cosmetic tubes, corrugated cartons, protective film, and functional coating films. “Our focus is on creating quality products and developing effective operations to remain competitive on every front of our business. We invest heavily in new technologies as well as research and development to

continuously create new solutions to all our customer’s demands.” added Boonchu, who is the eldest of the fourth generation of Kim Pai Group. “In the past 80 years, Kim Pai has grown and evolved alongside Thailand’s society and economy. We printed currency bills for the Thai Government during the end of World War II.” the Chulalonkong University engineering gradute said proudly. Kim Pai Group strives to be a onestop shop for printing and packaging solutions with their comprehensive range of products and services consists four main businesses:  Kim Pai Limited Partnership, provides packaging solutions through offset printing technologies.  Thai Offset Company Limited, provides solutions for flexible packaging  Kim Pai Lamitube Company Limited, provides solutions for laminated and extruded tubes.  Thai OPP Public Company,

provides solutions for OPP film, CPP film, metalized CPP film, stretch film, polyolefin shrink film, protective film, skin vacuum film, sticker labels and narrow web printing. Kim Pai’s relationship with Bobst started in 1986 when they first purchased a used 1969 Bobst gluing machine. Ever since then, they have invested in twelve new machines consisting of both die-cutting and gluing machines. “We have a clear vision with regard to the constant upgrading of products at production facilities. We look into service and technical support, the reliability of the machine, the speed and of course the brand. Bobst has got it all and a reputation in the industry. Do you know that we do not do any trial before installing any Bobst machine. The machines delivers as promised. And the best part is, all Bobst machines lasts. Our first Bobst machine which is about 45 years old is still running in the same capacity. “We are quite impressed with their after sales service and technical support. They also spend weeks of quality training to our machines operators by trainers from Switzerland when we install new units. Not only that, they do an assessment of the skill levels of our operators after their training. They definitely know the importance of having competent operators running the machines. The new Bobst machines offer significant improvements in post printing productivity, and upgraded product, in a market where the conversion of high-quality printed board into the finished pack relies on the accuracy of cutting and creasing the final carton shape.” Kim Pai have just installed a Bobst Expertcut 106 PER features Power Register II, a lay-free dynamic register system, registering die-cutting to the print on the sheet instead of to the edge of the board. The dynamic stripping and blanking systems on the Expertcut ensure the delivery of perfectly flat, stripped and blanked cartons ready for folding and gluing. The Autoplaten diecutter is configured with Bobst Quick Lock

“Our focus is on creating quality products and developing effective operations to remain competitive on every front of our business. We invest heavily in new technologies as well as research and development to continuously create new solutions to all our customer’s demands.” inline with our strategy which is to constantly seek out new ways to reduce our costs through innovation and increased efficiencies without sacrificing quality. We are also commitment to continually improve our processes and capabilities and control costs for our customers, and of course, maintaining or improving our quality goals,” Boonchu said. “During our recent board meeting, my uncle who is the third generation of Kim Pai told us that “short term pain, long term gain” which simply means the group should invest on good reliable machines and in the

long run profit from it. I believe, he was referring to Bobst machines” After five months running the Expertcut, Boonchu said: “The benefits have been fantastic. The Expertcut has increased our running speeds dramatically. Having a blank separating die-cutter plays in optimising productivity. It save time and labour by stripping away the excess material once a blank has been cut. The machine sucks the waste into a compactor, and delivers blanks that are ready to go straight to the gluing machines. Bobst Machines delivers as promised,” Boonchu concluded.

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chase system which eliminates the need for time consuming and wasteful offline or manual operations. A cam driven platen and Smart Feeder ensure uninterrupted production. The Expertcut has a top speed of 9,000 sheets per hour and can cut paper (.004” min), solid board (.030” max) and micro-flute corrugated board (.080” max). Chaimongkon Sungsankat, a long serving machine operator of Kim Pai said “Expetcut 106 PER come up with a Power register II system and multiple automated functions such as the programmed machine stop for ease of tooling exchange, thus it makes easy changing, assures the cutting tools are always locked and it fits in the correct position as chase and supporting plate lock automatically when the guard is closed”. “This machine is really smart, faster and easier to operate” he reconfirms. “We are particularly impressed by the Expertcut’s dynamic register system. Whereas some cutters register the die-cutting to the edge of the board, the Expertcut’s Power Register system registers it to the print on the board, making it ideal for jobs where there is embossing or a critical print design and for converting high-quality print or litholaminated board.” “Installation of Expertcut is

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A night of celebration; Hawaiian style

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he Malaysian Corrugated Carton Manufacturers’ Association had their 27th Anniversary Dinner on the evening of 17th October 2015. The event dinner was held at the Grand Ballroom of Tropicana Golf & Country Resort. The theme of the night was Hawaiian, whereby many could see the guests were adorned with flowers and floral patterned clothing. It was definitely a merry sight to see! Once the guests have settled down and seated, Henry Low, the Organizing Chairman gave a hearty welcoming speech followed by a speech from Michael Lim Kheng Eng, the newly appointed MACCMA Chairman after.

A short history section

The Corrugated Carton Industry in Malaysia was born with the country’s move towards industrialization the mid-1960’s to serve the country’s packaging needs. At this time, the idea of forming an association took shape with the several initial objectives such as to open a formal channel of communication with the government and other relevant ministries for exchanges of information and

feed-back. Striving and improving the technical capabilities of members in order to cater to the growing variety of product types demanded by the market is also part of the objectives. Last but definitely not the least, the objective to form an association is to improve communication between members and working towards solving each other’s problems. Michael talked about his vision and mission for the association. He stressed that despite the weakening of the currency and the pressure that they would go through, his strive for the success of association would be able to drive them to face any

challenges they would face and that he would not let the association and members down. Seven-course Chinese dishes were served during the dinner, leaving the guests feeling full and content as they were also entertained by the performances presented for the night. Throughout the night, there were several lucky draw sessions with the grand prize of a two-night stay in One World Hotel, exchanging gifts session and photo sessions. There was even a best dressed competition and the winners, whom dressed fabulously in their Hawaiian dress up, won up to RM500 each. There was also the sponsor appreciation session because the association is truly grateful towards them. Great food, amazing drinks, splendid music and enjoyable moments of mingling and socializing, it was definitely an event dinner to remember for the association and it’s members.

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