PrintPack India 2019 exhibitor list crosses 300

By 29 May 2018

The preparation of the biennial PrintPack exhibition is in full swing with its organisers already confirming a massive 332 participants for the event with Heidelberg being the latest big name to sign up.


IPAMA (The Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association) will host 14th PrintPack India at the India Expo Centre, Greater Noida from 1 to 6 February 2019.

According to IPAMA, the forthcoming exhibition is expected to be organised segment-wise in dedicated halls for the first time, which they believe will help easy accessibility and identification of specific stands for the visitors. The exhibition currently will cover a gross area of 40,000 sq/m.

IPAMA is also on MoU signing spree with various associations for promoting the exhibition. The latest addition in this list is an MOU with a Taiwanese company.  MoUs with associations in Italy, Nigeria etc, are said to be under process.

Some of the other big-name companies who have confirmed their participation are Bobst, Canon, Fujifilm, Fairdeal Engineers, HP, Komori, Kodak, Konica Minolta, Line O Matic, Malhotra Graphics, Megabound, Memory Repro, Muller Martini, NBG Printographics, Pelican, Prakash Offset, Ryobi, Rotta Print, Sheth Printograph, The Printers House, VIG Graphics and Xerox.

IPAMA is said to have also participated in various international exhibitions for promoting PrintPack India 2019.  In July, 2018, IPAMA will also be participating in IGAS exhibition, Japan, which will also see participation form several Indian companies under IPAMA umbrella. Print2Pack Exhibition from 10 to 12 September, 2018, at Egypt International Exhibition Center (EIEC), Cairo, Egypt is another exhibition targeted by IPAMA.



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