RadTech Europe (RTE), the European association for UV- and EB-curing technology, is expanding its content for the 2019 RadTech Europe Conference and Exhibition, scheduled for 15 – 16 October 2019 in Munich, Germany.
New in 2019
The conference will introduce several additions to increase interaction, such as new discussion formats and crowd interaction apps, to complement the cutting-edge technological content that the event has been famous for the past 30 years.
The conference and exhibition will be tightly integrated on a single floor, with a business market including poster presentations and new product introductions on the exhibition floor to ensure a high-energy event.
The conference will be condensed into a two-day event, providing attendees with a focused program with industry-leading content. A social event will take place the evening prior to the first day. The exhibition has been streamlined to tabletops where sponsors can exhibit their products and meet with their clients and potential new customers.
New additions to the conference programme
On the first day, 15 October, a full-day training on the basics of UV/EB technology will be given by David Helsby, former RTE-president and industry veteran. He will provide a robust introduction to the chemistry, equipment, formulations, value chain and applications for newcomers to the technology.
RTE members pay 250€ for this unique training opportunity, while non-members pay 350€ per delegate. Registration is possible via the regular online registration form.
The conference also includes two specific one-day end-user focused sessions, focusing on food packaging and metal coating respectively. Both sessions can be subscribed to separately and will offer an in-depth look into the latest developments in chemistry, equipment and regulations for that application, as well as the view from brand-owners and converters.
The RadTech Europe Conference & Exhibition is the European industry event for users of radiation curing materials and equipment. The event brings together the entire value chain, from raw material supplier to end-user. Make sure to be a part of it!