Labelexpo India 2016 set to usher in the future

By 29 Aug 2016

As the largest label and packaging printing event in South Asia, Labelexpo India 2016 has more of the latest printing and finishing technology than any other show in the region. It’s where you can see the latest innovations from hundreds of leading international manufacturers. Following the technology talk at Drupa this year, Labelexpo India too returns to focus on the latest technology innovation. This year, the show will be held at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida from 17 to 20 November 2016.

Labelexpo India is the place where printers, converters, brand owners and designers come to discover new developments that can grow their businesses. While choosing machinery or materials, it is vital for label converter feel confident about his decisions. The best way to do this is to see all the options together in one place. Labelexpo India offers this opportunity.

Labelexpo India provides the best platform for domestic and international companies to showcase their expertise, products and technology innovations. With over 200 exhibitors, including 45 new ones, Labelexpo India offers valuable networking opportunities for visitors and exhibitors alike by bringing together the entire supply chain with machinery, ancillaries, substrates and ink suppliers all under one roof.

As the commercial launch pad for the wider South Asian region, this year’s show is set to see a wave of new machinery and technological developments. Many press developments will be unveiled from leading manufacturers including Bobst, HP, Konica Minolta, Nilpeter, Monotech, Multitech, OMET, Webtech Engineering, Xeikon and Zhongte.

Labelexpo India is supported by the Label Manufacturers Association of India (LMAI), All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP), Delhi Printers Association and Authentication Solution Providers’ Association and will play host to the prestigious LMAI Avery Dennison Label Awards on 18 November. Awards for excellence will be given out in six categories, including flexo, letterpress, offset, combination printing, digital and by gold sponsor Avery Dennison.

Jade Grace, Labelexpo India event director, said, “We will be organising a roadshow this October to give a taste of the highlights for this year’s show and are delighted to be at the India Expo Centre for the first time with a refreshed and modern exhibition floor space for all to enjoy.”

Grace said visitors can expect to see the latest developments and innovations set to transform the South Asian market and help improve their business productivity and profit margins. “No other tradeshow offers the same close-up tech experience or is the ultimate meeting place to connect sellers, buyers and experts. We look forward to welcoming our trade visitors from across India and beyond,” Grace added.

This year, the show is poised to reveal the next generation of printing machinery and technology. According to the organisers of the event, at the show a label converter will discover how his business can increase its product and service capabilities; reduce costs and be more profitable; become more innovative; raise quality levels; secure new clients and business partners and produce the competitor-beating solutions your clients demand.

At Labelexpo India 2016, the organisers have promised live demonstrations of new digital and conventional printing presses; high-tech label and packaging materials; pre-press and platemaking technology; finishing and converting systems; inspection, overprinting and label application equipment; dies, cutters, rollers; inks and coatings; RFID and security solutions; software and interactive technology, among others.

Entry is free to Labelexpo India. Visitors can pre-register for the show or make ticket bookings for the LMAI Avery Dennison Label Awards by visiting www.labelexpo-india.com.

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