Exhibitors with promising leads are gaga about the efficiency and scale of the entire five-day show.
Visitors were pleasantly surprised and many were overheard complaining that the show wasn’t long enough for them to explore the entire show with the singularity that they wished to do.
Product launches and installation news came in like a torrent during the show (PrintPack Daily’s five editions are testimony of the number of installations and launches).
The ‘Make in India’ call resonated as Indian manufacturers like APL Machinery, Line O Matic, Megabound, Manugraph, Sheth Printograph and TechNova announced new launches and exhibitors across the board registered encouraging numbers.LED UV, post-press, web offset and entry-level digital presses all were in rage as the Indian print fraternity showed up in droves.
KS Khurana, president , IPAMA said, “ We would like to thank all the exhibitors and visitors for their overwhelming support for the show’s resounding success. We are commited to creating an inclusive show which represents the diversity of Indian print.”
The IPAMA team instead of resting on their laurels is laying the groundwork for the 13th PrintPack in February 2017. Sources are expecting at least 40% increase in the number of exhibitors and net exhibiton area.