Indigo Prints to participate in PrintPack with huge expectations

It will showcase posm products at Stand J42B, Hall 15

Indigo Prints will be showcasing its posm products to the customers and visitors at PrintPack India 2022, which is taking place from 26-30 May at Greater Noida Photo: Indigo Prints
Indigo Prints will be showcasing its posm products to the customers and visitors at PrintPack India 2022, which is taking place from 26-30 May at Greater Noida Photo: Indigo Prints

New Delhi-based Indigo Prints, a leading company in the manufacturing and exporting of printed plastic cards, laminated printed plastic cards, display products, PVC cards, promotional products, and posm products, will be participating at PrintPack India 2022. The show will take place from 26-30 May at India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida. 

Indigo Prints was established in 2008, and today it exports its products to more than 28 countries globally. Its product range builds a platform for brand awareness and promotion-related aspects. Indigo Prints is a regular participant of PrintPack, and this time, the company will be displaying posm products such as plastic hangers at Stand J42B, Hall 15.

PrintPack Show Daily

Triedev J Kapoor, the director of Indigo Prints, commented on expectations from the event and said, “Since PrintPack is a leading exhibition of the printing and packaging industry and this edition of the show is happening almost after a two-year gap, we have huge expectations from the event. We hope that the event will allow us to showcase our posm products to existing and new potential customers.”

“At the show, we are expecting both B2B and B2C audiences. This show has been a fruitful event for us in the past due to the relevant audience, and we are positive on our side for the footfall. We see a bright future in the industry, and we hope it will be brighter in the future.”

Note: The IPPGroup will be publishing the PrintPack India Show Daily on all five days of the event from 26 to 30 May 2022. Our May issues of Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia will also contain previews of the event. 

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