Printpack India postponed from March to May 26-30 2022

Covid-19 pandemic postpones major Indian print exhibition at Greater Noida in Delhi NCR

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Printpack India postponed to May 2022 will take place at the Greater Noida Expo Centre

Information comes to us on 24 January 2022, that the IPAMA governing council meeting convened on 17 January 2022 decided to postpone the Printpack India exhibition from its March 2022 dates to 26 to 30 May 2022. The organization’s press release says, “Keeping in view the prevailing conditions and recommendations of the exhibitors, associate partners and in consultation with the officials of India Expo Centre, the governing council decided to postpone the Exhibition for one or two months and organize it at the India Expo Centre from 26 to 30 May 26 2022 which appears a safe period for the exhibitors and all other concerned parties, including the business visitors who are the backbone of any exhibition.

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The dates for availing discounts and the eligibility criteria were also revised, as under –
i) For existing exhibitors, to avail early bird discounts, 30% payment as second instalment, must be transferred in IPAMA’s bank account by 21 March 2022. And the balance 50% payment on or before 10 May 2022.

ii) For a new exhibitor, the remittance of 50% payment in IPAMA’s account by 21 Feb 2022, is a must to avail the Motivational and Covid discounts. And the balance 50% payment must be paid on or before 10 May 2022. No new exhibitor is eligible to avail the aforesaid discounts after 21 Feb 2022. Please note that the discounts are subject to IPAMA membership.

The leading companies and exhibitors of the industry have assured that they remain invested and will be present at the Fifteen Printpack India exhibition. The organizers expect the event to be unique and highly innovative as it will be the first major Indian printing industry exhibition after the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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