Magna to make a splash at FESPA

magnacoloursLeading manufacturers of water-based inks, MagnaColours® are to make a splash at this month’s industry-leading FESPA showcase event in Hamburg on the 8th-12th May. The event brings together experts and leaders from across the screen-printing industry to showcase the latest in printing innovation and development.

Magna will be showcasing their comprehensive range of products on three stands, including those of screen printing machinery manufacturers MHM and M&R, using their machines to exhibit the performance and impressive results of both the machinery, and the Magna product range. They will also be printing at the stand of Gabler, Magna’s German distributor.

As well as these stand exhibitions, Magna will also be hosting a special event following the showcase on Thursday 11th May. The event is to be attended by invitation-only, and will take place in a local gallery in Hamburg, developing on the Imagination Gallery concept first introduced at the ISS Long Beach event in January.

Magna will provide a night of breath-taking entertainment, food and tailor-made cocktails to those in attendance. This will also provide the perfect opportunity for networking among professionals in the screen-printing industry.

Helen Parry, Managing Director of MagnaColours® said: “FESPA is a key industry event, so we’re looking forward to displaying the capabilities and quality of our inks and products. We’re constantly working hard to improve our offering, and innovation is what drives our industry, and this is an opportunity to showcase where that has taken us.”

“We’ve organised an event which will take place during FESPA, as we wanted to gather likeminded creatives to celebrate our industry, to showcase the vision that drives Magna’s innovation.”

MagnaColours® are constantly championing sustainability within the screen-printing industry. Magna’s latest efforts to lead the industry toward more environmentally considerate alternatives to screen-printing have included the new, stringent industry standard, GNA and their training programme, MagnaAcademy, both launched in early 2017.