As one of the most important professional exhibitions of the printing industry, the 6th All in Print China exhibition will be held from 18 to 22 October 2016 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. It is being organized by Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai), The Printing Technology Association of China, China Academy of Printing Technology, and supported by Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, who is the organizer of drupa.
The theme of the exhibition will be ‘Discover the Future of Printing’. It will focus on the printing market trends and the core markets of the country. It will bring new development opportunities for both the supply and demand side, and China’s printing industry through the exchange of dialogue with printing and printing equipment industry practitioners from all over the world. The exhibition area will be more than 90,000 square metres to receive over 70,000 professional visitors.
The highlights of the exhibition will be six themed pavilions, including the outdoor sections. The pavilions include all in digital, all in press, all in packaging, all in label, 3D printing and all in creativity and all in e-business. More than 30 professional conferences and seminars will be held concurrently. All in Print China will extend the steam of drupa, raising its heat to the top of Asia.
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