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Ta g h l e e f I n d u s t r i e s N e w s
On the road with
ti
technical
Seminars - asean region
As part of
Ti
’s global reach and commitment to serving new and
existing markets, a team from
Ti
Australia and
Ti
Mena conducted
a series of targeted and informative interactive seminars, bringing
together participants from across the region. Our first ever ‘roadshow’
specifically targeted to address the markets we presented in, truly
underlines the benefits of being able to share information in an
informative setting. With the collaborative efforts across the
organizing and marketing team, the seminars also provided the
opportunity to launch and share our specific product portfolio
for food, label and other applications exclusively designed for the
ASEAN market, which can also be found on our website at
www.ti-
films.com/asia-pacific/en/products/bopp-introduction
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
September 18
th
2012
Our first seminar was successfully attended by forty-two participants
across the thirteen states of Malaysia along with companies from
Singapore and Taiwan. A total of seventeen companies, six of which
were from the top ten biggest converters in the country were also
represented. Support was also provided by
Ti
’s agent for Malaysia,
MINWA and promoter, DNP. The theme for this seminar focused
on label solutions in terms of IML, WAL & SAL and a discussion on
packaging solutions which covered high barrier metalized films and
high speed packaging solutions. It was indeed another milestone for
Ti
, not only for providing future opportunities in theMalaysian market
but also for achieving the objective of introducing the company’s wide
range of specialty films including EXTENDO™ , targeting environmental
awareness in terms of bio-plastic - NATIVIA™ and increasing the
awareness of converters about barrier property requirements for long
shelf-life, cost effectiveness, high speed and overall better aesthetics.
All these supported by multiple
Ti
production facilities which gave
the Malaysian converters a better understanding of the company’s
flexibility in terms of transit and production lead time.
Bangkok, Thailand
September 20
th
2012
Ti
’s second Technical Seminar took place at The St Regis Hotel
& Residence. A total of ninety-one guests, excluding the Ti team,
attended the seminar with more then twenty-five convertors and
end-users represented. As the first ever event of its kind by any BOPP
film producer in Thailand,
Ti
provided plenty of knowledge to the
Industry about flexible packaging in other parts of the developed
world. During the Q&A session, guests participated actively and asked
many question about
Ti
Barrier films, NATIVIA™, IML, & technical
properties of our films. Most of the converters are using multi-
layers structure with MPET & Alufoil in Coffee, Snacks & Detergent
applications.
Ti
was able to introduce our two side treated & high
barrier metalized film (ZNV) in 15 & 18 µm to replace MPET & Alufoil
and talk about its benefits and technical properties. Other areas
ASIA PACIFIC/MIDDLE-EAST
Steve Hodgson, Patrick Desies, Muhammad Ali Mirza, Mark Grice,
Shahid Imran, Muhammad Shafiq
The presenters from
Ti
gave a very enriching discussion on each
individual topic covered, with the team consisting of:
Patrick Desies - Chief of Sales & Marketing (opening the program)
Muhammad Ali Mirza - Head of Sales & Marketing AMEA
(
Ti
introduction covering
Ti
’s global reach and a brief discussion on
EXTENDO & NATIVIA)
Mark Grice - Sales & Marketing Manager
(introduction to
Ti
Australia)
Karl Salvador - Sales Representative Trainee (market overview of
Malaysia highlighting
Ti
’s achievement in the country to date)
Steve Hodgson - Business Development Manager
(Technical Presentations)