261 bookings for PrintPack 2025 on the opening day
A total of 261 companies booked their stalls for the 16th edition of PrintPack India exhibition on the first day of opening the booking on 16 January. Organised by the Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA), the 16th PrintPack India is scheduled to be held at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida on 1-5 February 2025.
19 Jan 2023 | By Rahul Kumar
Highlighting the popularity of the show, 64 companies remitted their booking amount within the first 60 seconds after the booking opened, and 198 companies within an hour. By the end of the day, a total number of 261 companies had remitted their advance booking amount.
Rakesh Sodhi, president, IPAMA, said, “The speed with which the amounts have been remitted in IPAMA’s bank account, shows the trust, popularity, and importance of PrintPack among the companies which are engaged in manufacturing or dealing in printing, packaging, and allied machinery.”
The space at the show will be allotted to the exhibitors based on priority numbers, which will be generated strictly on the basis of bank statements showing the receipt of the advance booking amounts from the respective companies.
The profile of 16th PrintPack includes pre-press, press, digital, screen and textile printing, label, paper, post-press, corrugation, converting, packaging, service and software, consumables and spares, signage and LED, and other related segments of the Graphic Arts Industry. The halls will be earmarked segment-wise, keeping in view the convenience of exhibitors and business visitors. The exhibitors will also be provided with a number of complimentary services during the exhibition.
The last edition of the show was organised on 26-30 May 2022, in which 487 Indian and foreign companies participated on a net area of 25,342-sqms, and was visited by 1,03,412 business visitors.
IPAMA representatives will also visit some of the important foreign exhibitions like Interpack, Drupa, and others to invite exhibitors and business visitors to the show in 2015.