270 companies book space for PrintPack 2021

By 15 Jun 2020

It appears that the impact of Covid-19 has failed to dampen the industry’s outlook towards the future. According to a release shared by the Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers' Association (IPAMA), as of 12 June, 270 companies have already booked space for the 15th edition of PrintPack India and the first edition of India Sign & LED Expo 2021 to be held from 3 to 8 February 2021 at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida.

Among them, 12 companies booked their space in the middle of the pandemic, between March and May, the released added.

“IPAMA is not only an association; it is a family of printing and packaging machine manufacturers, which dedicatedly works for the industry. Even at the time of demonetisation, we offered various facilities to companies for easy participation in PrintPack, and it was a huge success,” Dayaker Reddy, president, IPAMA, said. The Coronavirus pandemic is a temporary hurdle. The 15th PrintPack India event will be a grand success.”

For the event, exclusive halls have been reserved for label and corrugation industry for the convenience of the exhibitors and business visitors. IPAMA has also signed agreement with different associations for effective participation of particular segments, such as with the Federation of Corrugated Box Manufacturers of India (FCBM) for the corrugation hall, the Association of Label Printers and Suppliers (ALPS) for the label hall, and the Screen Printers Association and Screentex Magazine for Screen Printing Zone.

IPAMA is also organising its maiden expo on signage industry — India Sign & LED Expo 2021 — during PrintPack 2021, for which IPAMA has signed agreement with Sign & Graphic Magazine and Buysell Interactions for Signage Industry.

Reddy added PrintPack is the most economical exhibition and not to be missed show for the companies relating to graphic arts and packaging industry.

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