New dates for Labelexpo show Shanghai

Labelexpo Asia will host a special pre-press training course for the industry

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Tarsus Group has announced the dates for Labelexpo Asia 2022 show (Photo has been taken from the last exhibition of Labelexpo Asia) Photo: Labelexpo Asia
Tarsus Group has announced the dates for Labelexpo Asia 2022 show (Photo has been taken from the last exhibition of Labelexpo Asia) Photo: Labelexpo Asia

Tarsus Group, an organizer of the Labelexpo Global Series, has announced that Labelexpo Asia 2022 will take place between 28 June and 1 July 2022 at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC) in Hongqiao, Shanghai.

Stated Labelexpo Asia event director Kevin Liu, “We look forward once again to welcoming exhibitors and visitors to the Asia-Pacific region’s leading label and package printing exhibition. This will be their first chance for many converters since the global pandemic began to actually see the latest machinery and software systems operating at the show.”

Labelexpo Asia will also host masterclasses

Running alongside the show, there will be masterclasses on self-adhesive Label Materials and ink, Coatings, and Varnishes. A special pre-press training course will also take place.

The China International Label & Package Printing Forum takes place on 27 June, one day before the show opens, organized by PPC (Package Printing Committee), one of the event’s supporting industry associations. 

Commented Lisa Milburn, managing director of the Global Series, “It is fantastic to be emerging from the pandemic and returning to face-to-face Labelexpo shows. In fact, throughout the last two years, our China team has managed to run physical events safely, and we have built up a lot of expertise in running safe and highly effective machinery shows. I look forward to welcoming our visitors to the 2022 event.”

 

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