Conference in Bengaluru to focus on corrugation, innovation and AI
Association for Print Technologies (APTech India) has announced its next Print Business Outlook Conference 2023. The upcoming event has been scheduled for 13 October 2023, at the Renaissance Bengaluru Race Course Hotel in India. The event's theme – Print: Taking charge of change – highlights the industry's ability to adapt to changing times.
25 Sep 2023 | By Noel D'Cunha
According to Vinod Vittoba, director at Association for Print Technologies (formerly NPES) this conference is a guide for print buyers, covering traditional and new tech practices, cost management, eco-friendliness, data-based decision-making, and regulations.
Let's talk numbers, said Vittoba. “The India corrugated packaging market is set to hit USD 7.61 billion by 2027 with a 13% CAGR from 2022-27. While raw material costs and business closures are concerns, eco-friendly practices, e-commerce growth, and government incentives open up new opportunities.”
Vittoba adds, “We also dive into India's digital photo printing market. It was worth around $1.6 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow to about $2.5 billion by 2030. Young people's love for personalised photo gifts is driving this growth, and we'll discuss the latest trends and opportunities in this market.”
Besides, as the industry emphasises on sustainability, the attention is turned to material sciences. Plant fibre-based products like paper and packaging materials and innovations in fibre pulp moulding technology come into focus. The conference will offer insights into more efficient and eco-friendly manufacturing methods, enhanced product quality, and the role of technology in this process, which can potentially transform industries like packaging, sustainability, and manufacturing.
“In a world of constant change, the Print Business Outlook Conference 2023 empowers you to embrace the future of print. Don't miss this chance to network with industry leaders, gain valuable insights, and stay ahead in the print revolution,” concluded Vittoba.
The event is supported by the All Indian Federation of Master Printers Association (AIFMP), Indian Printing, Packaging and Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA), Karnataka Offset Printers Association (KOPA), Association of Label Printers & Suppliers (ALPS), Charles Sturt University (Australia), News Broadcasters Federation (NBF), PrintWeek and WhatPackaging? magazines.
For more details, contact Vinod Vittoba, director of APTech (India), at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or call +91 9818278460.