Online visitor registration portal launched for PrintPack 2019

IPAMA gears up for PrintPack 2019 at Greater Noida Expo


At a meeting with the more than a dozen trade media supporting IPAMA’s PrintPack India 2019 exhibition, the organizers announced that 363 Indian and overseas exhibitors have confirmed their space bookings. The expert committee of the organizers says that it will continue to allot stands in a transparent manner till December 2018. PrintPack India 2019 is expected to cover a gross exhibition area of 50,000 square meters.

On the same day, 7 September 2018, IPAMA also launched its Online Visitor Registration Portal in the presence of IPAMA president Dayakar Reddy, and the Governing Council Member and office bearers of the association. Discussions were held to make the event easier to attend and to take part in as well to create a variety of opportunities for networking and deal making by business visitors.

For online registered visitors there will be no entry fee and eBadges can be printed out by visitors subject to a photo ID for entry. For those who require a visitor eBadge to be printed out at the entry gates, it will be a quick one minute process. In an attempt to encourage eRegistration, forty gifts will be awarded on the basis of lucky draws on each of the six days of the exhibition. Apart from the IPAMA website, our websites will also provide links for online visitor registration. For any queries to IPAMA, please contact its operations director Prashant Vats at +91 9871999384.

Indian Printer and Publisher and Packaging South Asia have been awarded the opportunity to once again produce PrintPack Show Daily for all six days of the show. So far we have already produced two IPAMA Bulletins to promote the show, eMagazine versions of which can be downloaded (No: 1 and No: 2). For submitting editorial content and advertising for the Bulletins and Previews in our magazines leading up to the show and for the PrintPack 2019 Show Daily, please email

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