The buzz is building up — Labelexpo India 2022

More than 250 leading exhibitors have signed up for the Greater Noida event

Less than 30 days to go for Labelexpo India 2022 (PC: Expo Mart India)

More than 250 industry-leading exhibitors and a big number of visitors have signed up for Labelexpo India 2022, South Asia’s leading labels and package print exhibition, taking place from 10-13 November at India Expo Mart and Center, Greater Noida.

This year’s event is packed with more unseen technology than ever before and is a great opportunity to experience the latest launches from leading industry names, including Avery Dennison, Bobst, and Monotech Systems.

Proving that digital printing has advanced from a complementary technology to a competitive one, India has adopted the conversion to digital printing quicker than anyone could have predicted.

Labelexpo India 2022 will feature demonstrations from key digital players such as HP, Konica Minolta, Esko, Epson, Domino, Pulisi, and Monotech.  

The much-anticipated four-day show will feature new exhibitors, live demonstrations, and new developments in label and packaging technologies. This year’s show will have more than 250 leading exhibitors. There will be a Label Manufacturers Association of India (LMAI) Awards night on 11 November 2022 and a Digital Embellishment Trail.  

The Labelexpo India team organized a roadshow at Park Plaza in Ludhiana on the evening of 14 October in association with the Offset Printer Association (OPA) to encourage regional commercial print businesses to visit the show. The event focused on business diversification opportunities in labels. 

Speakers from Avery Dennison, Flexo Image Graphics, HP Indigo, and Fujifilm Sericol presented the current label industry trends. The presentations were followed by dinner and networking. 

Kamal Mohan Chopra, president World Print & Communication Forum (WPCF), said, “Print businesses today need to diversify in new segments to ensure business profitability. Labels & packaging is among the fastest-growing segments in the print industry and are a fantastic opportunity for commercial printers to diversify for growth. I highly encourage everyone to attend Labelexpo India 2022 in Greater Noida and learn about new technologies in labels and package printing.” 

Pradeep Saroha, Event director of Labelexpo India, said, “We are grateful for Offset Printer Association’s support for Labelexpo India, which goes back 12 years. I thank the association for making the roadshow a success. We invite all the OPA members to attend the Labelexpo India 2022 and take advantage of the unmissable opportunity for the industry to come together under one roof and reunite with industry peers to witness and be a part of the future of print technology.”

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