Deepak Chawla, general manager, marketing, Technova, explained, “The real success story of Pamex was not in the increased numbers alone, but also in the quality and the geographical range of visitors that it attracted.”
The visitor enthusiasm ahead of the major industry event, Drupa, held great portends for the international industry players that are looking to India to provide an even greater footfall to the international event than the 19,000 printers that it sent in the last edition.
Meanwhile, print leaders converged at WPCF conference to brief printers on the latest industry trends and changing customer expectations. The industry felicitated Narendra Paruchuri of Pragati, as the winner of VCLA award, and celebrated the excellence of its printers at the NAEP Awards.
Panel discussion at the WPCF conference
Kamal Chopra, chairman, Pamex said, “The success of an event of this magnitude does not happen as a co-incidence. A lot of meticulous planning and hard work goes into the promotion and organising of the event. I congratulate the entire AIFMP and Print-Packaging team for pulling off a great exhibition with such élan.”
The next edition of the Pamex will be held from 23 to 26 March 2022 at the same venue and will include a separate hall for the label industry suppliers.