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The Lakes States TAPPI meeting held on February 15, 2005, discussed the topic "Issues in Converting and Packaging". Susan Everett-Stansbury of Right Angle Concepts, was the keynote speaker. She noted that typically it is converters that "pull" mills into change as they react to their customers needs. Stansbury stressed that converters must continue to be flexible. The meeting also included a tour of Nature's Way Tissue Converting.

Lake States Section would like to thank all of those who helped make this meeting a success.

To find out more information on the Lake States section and upcoming events, please visit our website at
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Date:Apr 1, 2005
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