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AICC Mexico 2018 Annual Meeting & Trade Fair
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 Export to Your Calendar 5/16/2018 to 5/18/2018
When: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - Friday, May 18, 2018
Where: Riu Plaza Guadalajara Hotel
Av. Lopez Mateos # 830, Fracc. Chapalita
Guadalajara, Jalisco  44500
Mexico
Contact: Maria Frustaci
703.629.1134 or 703.836.2422


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AICC Mexico has put together another great Annual Meeting with a new format that offers more programming and networking opportunities for attendees. 

The three-day program starts on Wednesday, May 16 ending Friday, May 18. We will hear from industry experts about the outlook of the global corrugated containerboard market focusing on Mexico, as well as the challenges and perspectives of the Mexican economy prior to 2018 presidential election.

The meeting will kick off on Wednesday, May 16 with a seminar by Les Pickering, who will bring an updated program of the best practices for the performance and results of Flexo primping machines (FFG), rotary die cutting machines (RDC) and digital printing (DP).

On Thursday, May 17, during the General Session, we will hear from Matt Elhardt, VP North America, Fisher International and Agustin Anaya of Papeles y Conversiones de Mexico about the containerboard industry. We will continue with presentations of Lic Rafael Ramirez & Dr. Rodrigo de Leon, IPADE and Oscar Vera Ferrer, a consultant on Economic strategies about the political and economic challenges of Mexico. We’ll also have a panel about e-commerce and their impact on the corrugated industry with Mario Perez, Segunda Mano and Randy Banks of Sharp International.

The “Spotlight of Industry Innovations”, we’ll have the opportunity to learn from ten industry suppliers about their newest innovations in the corrugated industry.

The AICC Mexico Annual meeting will held in the beautiful city of Guadalajara, the second largest city in Mexico and a major Mexican business center. It is a city which celebrates both Mexico’s cultural traditions while embracing the new modern technology of today.