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Rana Raychoudhury,HP’s worldwide principal technical consultant in large format production with the HP Latex 360 printer at Media Expo 2014 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Photo PSA

India Expo Centre in Greater Noida Labelexpo India 2016, 17 to 20 November The organizers of Labelexpo India have announced that 2016’s edition will take place at a new venue, the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida (Delhi NCR), from 17 to 20 November. The new venue offers numerous benefits to both exhibitors and visitors with improved infrastructure. The India Expo Centre is in a good location and boasts modern open plan exhibition space so Labelexpo India will be in one flexible event space, while its facilities and onsite parking are some of the other advantages brought by the venue change.
Labelexpo India 2016 will take place at the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida from 17 to 20 November Jade Grace, event director of Labelexpo India, comments, “We are excited about our new home for 2016’s show and future editions. Pragati Maidan had very limited availability for 2016 which meant the show would have been held too close to Diwali, so by moving to the India Expo Centre we have been able to secure much better dates for 2016’s edition. With the show set to be around 25% larger in the new event space, we are very confident that its more modern and central layout will provide a refreshing experience for visitors and exhibitors alike.”

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