Print China 2015 Guangdong

Talks for mutual cooperation


The next edition of Print China 2015 organized by the Printing and Printing Equipment Industries Association of China (PEIAC) will be held in Guangdong, China, in April 2015.Several printers including international and Chinese companies visited this exhibition.

The president of All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP) met Lu Chang’an, secretary general of Printing Equipment Industries Association of China (PEIAC) and they discussed the modalities of having more visitors from India for Print China 2015 and bigger contribution of Chinese exhibitors to participate at Pamex 2015.Itwas agreed that a separate India Day will be celebrated at the Print China as in previous years. The PEIAC will also host a forum where they will bring together the Chinese manufacturers and Indian printers for one-to-one meetings. This could lead to direct business and also could be a prelude for the Chinese manufacturers to participate at Pamex 2015 in India. Kamal Chopra, chairman, international relations –AIFM PandAnilArora, president –, the event manager for Pamex 2015 were also present during the meeting.

“China Print Over seas Show, the exhibition organizing arm of PEIAC will act as the agent in China for the Pamex 2015 exhibition and will end eavourto fill an area of 2,000 square metres of the China pavilion in Mumbai,” said an upbeat Lu.

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