Labelexpo Europe is back in Brussels

The event will drive the demand for digital

Labelexpo Europe 2022 is going to bring the demand for digital
Labelexpo Europe 2022 is going to bring the demand for digital

Excitement is building for the return of Labelexpo Europe 2022, the world’s largest event for the label and package printing industry. With over 600 exhibitors already confirmed, many of whom are first-time exhibitors, Brussels Expo will spring into life from 26-29 April to safely showcase the dynamic and diverse marketplace driving innovation across the industry. 

Labelexpo Europe will focus on digital launches from key digital players

As momentum builds for the show, trends are already beginning to emerge, with this edition set to see a huge focus on digital launches from key digital players. HP, Xeikon, Domino, Fujifilm, Konica Minolta, Epson, Durst, and Canon are already confirmed to exhibit, showcasing their technology and collectively driving this demand for digital.

Lisa Milburn, managing director of Labelexpo Global Series, said: “Despite the pause on in-person shows caused by the global pandemic, the market-wide momentum building for Labelexpo Europe 2022 shows that the global label and packaging printing industry is still as vibrant as ever and is now bolstered by a renewed enthusiasm. Exhibitor participation is very encouraging, not only in the number that is so keen to reconnect in person but in the global caliber of press manufacturers, offering the industry a chance to reconnect and do business truly.”

Mirroring the quality of exhibitors at the show, Labelexpo Europe 2022 is set to host an international audience of printers, brand owners, and designers owing to a new dedicated VIP Concierge Service. This, along with the continued support of the world’s leading printing associations, will bring leading label and package printing converters face-to-face with the industry’s best suppliers.

To register for Labelexpo Europe, click here.


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