All set for Print and Pack Tech World Expo 2023

26 to 29 May at Palace Grounds Bangalore

The Print and Pack Tech World Expo will be held at Palace Grounds Bangalore from 26 to 29 May 2023. Photo Print and Pack Tech World Expo

The seventh edition of the Print and Pack Tech World Expo 2023 – a premier exhibition for the printing and packaging industries – will be held at Palace Grounds Bangalore from 26 to 29 May.

The exhibition will present an opportunity to the industries to evaluate its investing decisions in printing and packaging and augment capabilities, spurring both industries to new heights. 

This event is expected to help people in the industry from India and abroad to reach out to buyers and key decision makers looking for the latest innovations and solutions in the printing, packaging, labeling, plastic, signage and allied machinery industries. 

New products, latest machines and equipment, knowledge-sharing sessions, technical sessions will all be available under one roof. The exhibition, organized by Triune Exhibitors, will be spread over 10,000 square meters and is expecting participation from over 350 companies from India and abroad. More than 20,000 visitors are expected at the event.

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