Labelexpo Asia postponed until 2023

Covid uncertainty in China led to deferment

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Labelexpo India 2022, Greater Noida

Tarsus Group, the organizer of the Labelexpo Global Series, has announced that Labelexpo Asia 2022 will be postponed until 2023.

Labelexpo Asia will now take place at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) in China on 5-8 December 2023.

Labelexpo Asia show director Kevin Liu, said, “Unfortunately due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding Covid and further uncertainty about events opening up in Shanghai, we have reluctantly decided to postpone the show until next year.’

Labelexpo Global Series portfolio director Jade Grace added, ‘China is a key global market for label and package print technology, and Labelexpo Asia in Shanghai remains our most important event in this region. We look forward to returning in even greater strength in 2023.’
 
The last edition of Labelexpo Asia in 2019 attracted over 23,000 visitors from 90 countries, making it the second biggest visitor event in the Labelexpo Global Series calendar.

Labelexpo India was held from 10 to 13 November in Greater Noida in Delhi-NCR.

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