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Avery exhibits Apparel Trim Solutions at Prime Source Forum
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Mar '08
Avery Dennison will exhibit a selection of business-advancing product solutions at Prime Source Forum '08, including the Avery Dennison Global Collection Spring/Summer '09, new Halo-free ECO Transfers and the new Branded Zipper. It will also host two workshops covering a variety of subjects from eco-friendly solutions to RFID technology.

In addition to the exhibits and workshops, Mike Johansen, vice president and general manager of Avery Dennison Retail Information Services – Asia, will deliver a keynote speech addressing the company's enhanced value proposition resulting from its 2007 acquisition of Paxar Corporation.

Prime Source Forum will take place at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, Center 1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong, March 31 – April 2. At the Forum, Avery Dennison will occupy Booth PSA 02.

Workshops:
Avery Dennison will host two workshops at Prime Source Forum.
On Monday, March 31, Avery Dennison director, Corporate Sustainability, Danny Wong will conduct a workshop featuring Avery Dennison corporate social responsibility initiatives and highlighting the eco-friendly product range with garment applications. The workshop will take place at 4/F, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center, Room 408, 2:30 – 4:00 p.m.

A second workshop, conducted by Jonson Yue, director of Business Development, Avery Dennison RFID Division, will present information drawn from his rich experience in the industry and conduct a workshop covering “Real world RFID and its applications in the garment Industry.” The workshop will begin at 4:30 p.m. at the same location.

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