170 brands at Media Expo in September

07 September 2017

Media Expo is all set for 22-24 September 2017 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi where it will be hosting over 170 brands from India as well as from overseas. Exhibitors from China, Korea, Russia and Taiwan have engaged in 20% space of the venue.

mediaexpo Manchanda: "Media Expo would surely be a right medium to display our skills, product scopes and grow our brand awareness"

Some of the companies to participate in the show are Apsom Technologies, Apollo Polyvinyl, Avery Dennison, Britomatics, Colourjet, Daksh Enterprises, Fujifilm, Gogia Print-O-Grafix, HP Latex, JN Arora, Mimaki, Negi Sign Systems, Sun-sign Technology, Welni International and much more.

Rajiv Manchanda, the managing director of Mac Media Expositions, one of the new entrants to the Media Expo said, “We heard a lot of positive reviews about the show and felt it would be a good platform for a new company like us to interact directly with the key customers. It would surely be a right medium to display our skills, product scopes and grow our brand awareness.”


Since the Media Expo thrives on innovation, many companies will be launching its new products. Atcore Solutions will display fibre laser metal cutting and marking solutions, Gogia Print-O-Grafix will showcase acrylic LED letters with high crack resistance, mccal vinyl for backlit signage and Mean Well LED power supply by Sun Sign and Arrow Digital’s advancements in LED printers.

Avery Dennison’s newly launched MPI 3800 architectural wall film will be one of the attraction to the visitors at the Media Expo. Shamrendra Kumar, business head of graphics, Avery Dennison India, said "With the launch of our latest product Avery Dennison MPI 3800, this event comes at the right time. It is the best opportunity for us to present solutions to our customers in printing, advertising and signage industries."

Stressing on green technologies, press release by Media Expo stated, “Visitors can look forward to green solutions such as non-adhesive environment friendly fabrics, eco-solvent printers, self-adhesive fabrics, eco-friendly wall papers, die-less digital finishing, digital heat transfer technologies for garment application, 100% aqueous non-polluting print technology as well as breathable, washable, fire retardant, dry-strippable, biodegradable fabrics. Eco-friendly fabrics that are compatible with eco-solvent, UV & Latex and direct dye sublimation machines will also be showcased at the fair.”

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