Labelexpo India to host industry forums across South Asia

Labelexpo India, 22-25 November 2018, India Expo Centre & Mart Greater Noida


The organizers of Labelexpo India 2018 will be hosting a series of evening forums across South Asia during late August to late October in conjunction with several industry trade bodies representing the package printing industry. Held in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, the seven events are aimed exclusively at offset printers who are thinking about diversifying their businesses into label and package printing.

The forums, ranging in size from 60 to 200 attendees, will give printers an opportunity to find out what label printing and attending Labelexpo India has to offer their business. Each event will feature a customized seminar given by expert speakers from Labelexpo India’s industry partners and supporting organizations. Labelexpo India will present the latest global and regional trends, while speakers from exhibitor companies will share customer case studies and tips on realizing and maximizing the commercial benefits of offering label printing. This will be followed by a networking dinner.

Program schedule
The forum dates and locations are as follows:
24 August  – Colombo, Sri Lanka; in partnership with Sri Lanka Association of Printers (SLAP)
8 September  – Dhaka, Bangladesh; in partnership with Printing Industries Association of Bangladesh (BMSS)
5 October  – Rajkot, Gujarat, India; in partnership with Rajkot Printing & Packaging Association
6 October  – Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India; in partnership with Ahmedabad Printing Press Association (APPA)
13 October  – Kochin, Kerala, India; in partnership with Kerala Master Printers Association (KMPA)
20 October  – Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir, India; in partnership with J&K Offset Printers Association (JKOPA)
26 October  – Pune, Maharashtra, India; in partnership with Poona Press Owners Association (PPOA).

Regional events and networking opportunities
Jade Grace, Labelexpo India 2018 event director said, “We are delighted to be able to offer almost double the number of similar regional events we hosted in the 2016 run-up to our last Labelexpo India, and across three countries. This is testament to the rapid development we have seen in the printing industry in South Asia over the last two years. As the appetite for labels and package printing continues undiminished and innovations in technology develop apace, it has become the biggest growth market. The forums are a unique opportunity to understand what Labelexpo India 2018 holds in store, and for printers across the region to learn from, and collaborate with the experts. We strongly recommend early booking for these events as places are strictly limited.”

Following on from the forums, Labelexpo India, the largest label and package printing event in South Asia, will run 22 to 25 November at the India Expo Centre & Mart in Greater Noida (Delhi/NCR). Labelexpo India provides the best platform for domestic and international companies to showcase their expertise, products and technology innovations. With 250 industry-leading exhibitors, Labelexpo India offers highly valuable networking opportunities for visitors and exhibitors alike, bringing together the entire supply chain with machinery, ancillaries, substrates and ink suppliers all under one roof.

Labelexpo India is supported by the Label Manufacturers Association of India (LMAI), All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP), Delhi Printers Association (DPA) and Authentication Solution Providers’ Association. The show is also supported by the Sri Lanka Association of Printers (SLAP), Printing Industries Association of Bangladesh (BMSS) and Federation of Nepal Printers Association (FNPA).

Aimed at printers, designers, brand owners and industry suppliers, entry is free to Labelexpo India.

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