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    Registration opens for Ink Jet India 2008
    IMI and III, along with sponsors and supporters, today announced the opening of registration to the event “Ink Jet India 2008” to be held on 27th, 28th, and 29th June 2008 in New Delhi, India.The Sponsors of the course are – Fujifilm Sericol, Sun Jet, Xaar, Printos, Trident, TTP. The Supporters of the course are – Manufacturers’ Association of Information Technology, RadTech, Science & Innovation Network, and UK Trade and Investment.

    The first part of the event – “Academy: Theory of Ink Jet Technology” is a course and the second part – “Showcase: Components, Consumables, Equipments” is a set of presentations and panel discussions.Commenting on this Mike Willis, Managing Director of IMI Europe Ltd said, “With the right entrepreneurial spirit, emerging economies like India can join the new gold rush of digital printing We are happy to partner with III, India to help create opportunities locally.”Dr. Alan Hudd, President & Chief Technology Officer of Xennia Technology Limited added, “Though inkjet is a new technology even by western standards, we continue to receive an increased interest from Indian companies and we are happy to support III who are set to a play a major role in this market.”Tarun Kumar, Chief Executive, Inkjet & Hi-tech Innovation Institute (III) excitedly said, “Businesses in India are as technology savvy as anywhere else in the West; this course will help all in India comprehending the inkjet technology and markets. Xyanni is launching III and a range of such initiatives in India, that are targeted to assist, showcase and enable the growth of businesses in India of ink jet technology suppliers, manufacturers of printheads, inks, media, instrumentation etc., ink jet system developers, integrators and users/ printers.”

    About IMI:
    IMI runs the largest and most comprehensive conference and seminar programme in the digital printing industry. Each year over 2,000 industry technical and management personnel from over 600 companies attend more than 20 programmes covering ink jet, thermal, laser, industrial and other forms of digital printing.

    About Xennia:
    Xennia was created in 1996 as an independent inkjet research and development company. Almost ten years on, Xennia’s exclusive focus on the industrial sector has given them a breadth and depth of understanding in the field that is second to none. Unlike most inkjet integrators, who are engineering led, Xennia’s understanding is that chemistry is the key to unlocking the potential for inkjet as a reliable printing or dispensing tool for a wide range of industrial applications. With one of the most experienced teams of inkjet chemists, and engineers in the business, Xennia delivers chemistry driven solutions designed to meet their customers’ specific and unique requirements.

    About III:
    Inkjet & Hi-tech Innovation Institute, promoted by Xyanni, is a network of Western and Indian organisations and individuals, that aids in the growth of inkjet and high technology markets and industries in India and the Asia Pacific.
    To register online, please visit the link:
    For more information, please contact:
    Inkjet & Hi-tech Innovation institute
    Tarun Kumar
    New Delhi, India
    T: +91 99109 28 666
    F: +91 11 4606 5307