Wednesday, May 6, 2008, afternoon

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Poster session

The PSTC Tech conference “continues to be an industry standard,” said Pressure Sensitive Tape Council Executive Vice President Glen R. Anderson. With 25 strong papers and 500 registered attendees in Baltimore, the meeting is the 31st technical program for the organization.

“Each year the quality of the papers continues to grow,” Anderson said. “Innovations keep coming, plus we keep talking about the basics as well.”

Baltimore continues to be one of the better locations for the meeting as well. “We’re an East Coast industry, and this represents the East Coast,” Anderson said. “It’s a great hotel and people enjoy the East Coast venue.”

Wednesday’s technical sessions were followed by a Poster Session, at which several companies displayed posters detailing new technologies.

The PSTC 2009 Week of Learning takes place May 11-15 in Orlando.

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