NYSCC Suppliers’ Day 2018
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
655 W 34th St
New York, NY 10001
May 15th – 16th, 2018Exhibit Hall Hours:
May 15th: TBA
May 16th: TBA
About Our Event
NYSCC Suppliers’ Day serves as one of the most important events on the industry calendar in North America. It attracts thousands of the leading players in the market and has become the showcase for the latest innovations, on top of being an excellent networking opportunity.
Color is an important element in the cosmetic industry, whether it’s to meet quality standards, enhance the appearance of a product, or evaluate how the human skin reacts to a makeup samples. From raw material to final product, Konica Minolta Sensing Americas offers high performance instrument, software, and controlled lighting solutions to help researchers and manufacturers develop high quality products more efficiently. These solutions allow users to accurately evaluate and control the color attributes of various samples, in a more comprehensive, streamlined process. As a result, consistency can be maintained, and quality standards can be met with less waste, time, and effort.
An advanced all-in-one system, the CM-5 Spectrophotometer is a bench-top measurement instrument designed to evaluate the color and appearance of opaque, transparent, and translucent samples.
The CM-700d Spectrophotometer is a handheld, portable measurement instrument designed to evaluate the color and appearance of samples very small to large in size.
With over 20 years of experience in the world of color measurement from Service to Product Management to Sales, Val has the skills that allow to him to best serve customers by finding the exact product solutions needed, to streamline work flows and get the highest return on investments possible. As the Northeast/Canada Sales Manager, he is excited to utilize his background to assist with any and all color measurement demands. He is committed to providing the service and support you need, with the assistance of the fantastic support staff here at Konica Minolta Sensing Americas.
Dwight has been working in the color industry for more than 27 years, first in the printing and graphic arts markets, and for the last 18 years in Industrial color management. Dwight holds degrees in Business Management from Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania, and a Masters in Corporate Communications from Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey. Dwight’s background spans various positions in sales and marketing, and is now Global Major Accounts Manager for KMSA. He manages all aspects of the global accounts for KMSA’s largest customers, which includes product development, sales, coordination of Service and Support items and day-to-day operations.