16th PrintPack India scheduled for 1-6 February 2025

The Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) has announced that the 16th edition of PrintPack India will be held on 1-6 February 2025, at India Expo Mart (IEML), Greater Noida, Delhi-NCR. The agreement for this was signed with IEML on 2 December 2022 at IPAMA secretariat.

06 Dec 2022 | By Rahul Kumar

(l-r) Suresh Kumar, treasurer and Vinay Kumar Gupta, general secretary, IPAMA, with Abdul Khan, DGM, IEML, and Prashant Vats, director, operations, IPAMA

Rakesh Sodhi, president, IPAMA said, “PrintPack plays an important role in the growth and development of the Indian printing and packaging machinery industry. It provides a platform to the Indian printing and packaging machine manufacturers to showcase their technology and competence. The industry anxiously waits to participate in this show both as exhibitor and visitor to see the latest and the NextGen machines.” 

Sodhi said IPAMA is committed to fulfilling the expectations of the industry and its members. This is why it organises this prestigious and important international event at an affordable rate so that it could remain in the reach of even the smallest companies

He added, “We are excited to start working on the 16th edition of the show with our valued partner community. The next edition is being organised in February 2025 as Drupa is scheduled for May 2024. We want to give equal opportunity to the exhibitors and visitors to explore the technologies both at international and national level.”

With the successful conclusion of the 15th edition of the exhibition, with 487 exhibitors on a net area of 25,342-sqm, a record 1,03,412 Indian and foreign business visitors, IPAMA has already raised the bar to organise the exhibition at international standards with modern facilities. As per the exhibitors’ feedback, the business generated during the exhibition was highly encouraging. 

During 15th PrintPack, which took place from 26 to 30 May, 2022, the space was allotted on highly subsidised rates to share the financial burden of the members due to the adverse impact of covid on Industrial operations in the country.

Like the previous editions, the next edition of PrintPack India will also be organised on segment-wise — two halls will be reserved for labels; two for corrugation; one for sign and LED; half for paper segment; half for screen printing and the remaining halls will be for mixed printing and packaging segments. 

The exhibitors will be kept informed, from time to time, about the additions or the changes, if any, relating to the pattern of organisation of the exhibition. The booking of space for the exhibition will also start in a month’s time which will be conveyed to all concerned through different modes of communications and also uploaded on different social media channels and IPAMA’s website.