Bookings open for 16th Printpack India

1 to 5 February 2025, India Expo Centre, Greater Noida

Sodhisons Mechanical Works CEO and president of IPAMA Rakesh Sodhi. Photo PSA

The Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) has started booking for the 16th Printpack India Exhibition, which will be held at the India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, from 1 to 5 February  2025. 

The first day of booking on 16 January closed with 261 companies confirming their participation. Companies engaged in manufacturing or dealing in printing, packaging, and allied machinery are taking part in the show. 

The segments include 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 be provided complimentary services, the organizers said in a release.  

Rakesh Sodhi, president of IPAMA, said, “Rome wasn’t built in a day. The trust in IPAMA is not an overnight business. The members have been working hard since its inception to reach this level. Printpack India is poised to be unique, highly innovative, and a trendsetter. I am sure that Printpack India 2025 will showcase the world’s latest technologies. It will be a promising show with great opportunities.” 

The last edition was organized at the India Expo Centre from 26-30 May 2022, in which 487 Indian and foreign companies and 103,412 business visitors participated. IPAMA representatives will also visit some of the important foreign exhibitions such as Interpack, Drupa, to invite exhibitors and business visitors to Printpack India.  

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