PrintFair gears up for 2017 edition in Bengaluru

By 25 Jan 2017

Following its success at Hyderabad during PackPlus South, with visits from industry veterans, the 2017 edition of PrintFair is all set to woo the industry. The exhibition will be held alongside PackPlus South and SupplyPlus South from 7 to 10 April 2017 at BIEC, Bengaluru.

This year, the show is set to mark new record of sales and provide next level of opportunities

This year too, the show is set to mark new record of sales and provide next level of opportunities for its exhibiting companies. Some of the leading players to count on are RK Label Printing Machinery; Inssta 3D Print; Flexography India Press; Bhogle Engineering Works; Essen Graphics; Mehta Cad Cam Systems; Abhikruti Digi Soft; Mohansons India; Bodhi Professional Solutions; APL Machinery; Eureka Trading, and HP.

The show will be a promising platform for the latest technology and provide solutions for various printing segments like UV Interducts, LED UV systems, UV coating and curing systems, dry lamination machines, printing materials, software solutions, paper cutting machine and finishing equipment, pre-press, RIP workflow proofing packaging solutions, laser engraving machine, used offset printing machines, synthetic paper, thermal lamination machine, stickers and label printing machinery, stamping, die-cutting machines, 3D products, 3D visiting cards, 3D image change products, 3D software training, photopolymer plates, and flexo solvent recycling.

“The print industry in Karnataka is huge and very advanced when it comes to technology. PrintFair will provide a lot of scope for the potential visitors to scale and explore new developments. The show is all set to mark a new milestone,” said Neetu Arora, director of



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