6th All in Print China, 18 to 22 October 2016

Transforming from content to functional printing

The organizers of 6th All in Print China held a pre-show press conference in Shanghai on 16 August which saw more than 100 representatives from printing and package associations, industrial media, printing enterprises and exhibitors from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and the Chinese mainland

The 6th All in Print China organized by the Printing Technology Association of China, China Academy of Printing Technology, and Messe Düsseldorf, Shanghai, will be held at Shanghai New International Expo Centre from 18 to 22 October 2016. In order to better understand the innovative highlights of the exhibition, the organizers held a pre-show press conference in Shanghai on 16 August, which witnessed attendance from more than 100 representatives from printing and package associations, industrial media, printing enterprises and exhibitors from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and the Chinese mainland.

All in Print China 2016 will provide an in-depth communication platform for over 700 exhibitors and over 100,000 visitors with its 80,000 square metre exhibition area. The following seven pavilions will showcase technologies and products at the exhibition.

All in Digital

At the All in Digital pavilion HP, Fuji Xerox, Fujifilm, Ricoh, Konica Minolta, EFI, JHF and other top brands will display their digital printing technologies and comprehensive solutions.

All in Press

Amongst the digital tide, the traditional equipment manufacturers have made efforts to revolutionize their products to be more stable, efficient and intelligent. Komori, Beiren, Guanhua, Synnex Group and other companies will make their debut with their new equipment on All in Press pavilion.

All in Packaging

The Made-in-China packaging and postpress enterprises will collectively showcase on the All in Packaging pavilion and Bobst, Masterwork, Zhongde Group, Shanghai Yoco and other exhibitors will then launch their new products and solutions.

All in Label

Application of digital printing, eye-catching functional labels and innovative technologies promoting the development of label printing will be displayed at the All in Label pavilion.

Ink and innovative materials

Printing industry has been transforming from ‘content printing’ to ‘functional printing’ which proposes higher requirements for innovation, environmental protection and customizability of printing materials. The Ink and Innovative Materials pavilion will collectively showcase the environment-friendly ink and innovative consumables. These new materials are driving the printing industry to build a fully new and higher value-added service system.

Printing Dream Factory

The exhibition will present a ‘Printing Dream Factory’ to all industry colleagues, where four modules of printing future, web printing, creative application and green printing will be showcased to the audience.

Exclusive flexo-printing pavilion

Moreover, there will be an exclusive flexo-printing pavilion centred on the flexo-printing trends. More than 40 professional printing forums and seminars will be held and various kinds of exchange activities will run throughout the exhibition.

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