MPS Systems Asia confirms 16 partners’ participation

The event will take place on 7 September 2022 in Kuala Lumpur

MPS Systems Asia has confirmed the names of its 16 partners joining Open House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
MPS Systems Asia has confirmed the names of its 16 partners joining Open House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

MPS Systems Asia has confirmed the participation of 16 partners in their tabletop exhibition on 7 September 2022 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The participating companies are DIC, Miraclon, Apex International, UPM Raflatac, Flexo Wash, Benison, Böttcher, Esko, CGS ORIS, IPT (BST), Press Systems (GEW), Tesa, Martin Automatic, Domino, Fedrigoni and Univacco.

Visitors to the tabletop exhibition, taking place from 0930 – 1545 UTC/GMT +8 hours at the MPS Systems Asia office and showroom, will have the opportunity to interact with the industry partners representing a gamut of printing solutions, including inks, flexo printing plates, anilox rolls and sleeves, specialty papers, anilox cleaning, label inspection systems, workflow solutions, UV LED curing systems, adhesive tape, and unwind/splice and rewind technology.

“We are pleased to have 16 partners support our tabletop event in Kuala Lumpur,” said Tim Klappe, managing director of Asia Pacific at MPS. “They will provide our Asia-Pacific visitors with a valuable opportunity to receive information about various printing technologies, including prepress, printing, ancillary, and finishing systems, all in one place. We look forward to dynamic discussions and a successful exhibition.”

Registrations still open for MPS Systems Asia open house 

On 6 September 2022, MPS Systems Asia is opening its doors to greet customers at its office and showroom in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The open house will include presentations covering the latest industry trends and feature a live demonstration of the MPS EF-530 seventh-generation flexo press with eight color flexo units and one EXLp packaging station. The open house will focus on shrink sleeves, flexible packaging, and the benefits of connectivity and performance optimization.

Label printers and converters who wish to attend the MPS Asia open house on 6 September and the tabletop exhibition held on 7 September can learn more about the events and register here.

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