(L-R)Anil Arora, president of ReEnvision Events (REPL) and Balasaheb Ambekar, president of MMP

Bharat Print Expo 2025 is to be held 24-26 April 2025 at BIEC, Bengaluru. The Show is being organized in association with Karnataka State Printers’ Association (KSPA) and is supported by Maharashtra Mudran Parishad, Mumbai Mudrak Sangh, Offset Printers’ Association and now ICPMA.

The exhibition aims to draw visitors from across the Southern region through extensive promotional efforts designed to reach a broad audience. Additionally, targeted participants from across India and Sri Lanka are expected to attend. The attendee profile encompasses a wide range of professionals including Commercial Printers, Package Printers & Label Printers, Brand Owners & Print Buyers, Package Converters & Corrugated Box Manufacturers, Textile Printers & Professionals, Signage & Graphic Arts Specialists, Retailers, Manufacturers & Industry Suppliers, Packaging Professionals, Design Houses, Art Directors & Consultants, as well as representatives from Trade Publications, Advertising, Marketing, Media & PR Agencies, Government Bodies, and Trade Associations.

The Indian Paper Corrugated & Packaging Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (ICPMA) plays a vital role in advancing its members’ interests and nurturing an environment that promotes growth, innovation, and excellence in India’s corrugated and packaging machinery sector. Partnering with the association, Bharat Print Expo will connect with emerging and established leaders in the segment, serving as a promotional platform for new and innovative corrugated packaging technologies developed within the country.

“That’s the rationale for the name – Bharat Print,” said Anil Arora, president, ReEnvision Events, the Show organizers. “India’s corrugated packaging sector is experiencing robust growth, buoyed by advancements in technology, a commitment to sustainability, evolving market demands, and a strong emphasis on customization, all contributing to the introduction of various new products. We aim to bring all that on Show,” he adds.

ReEnvision, the organizer of the Show, continues the tradition set by its affiliated group companies, which have successfully launched or co-organized India’s premier events in the printing and packaging sector, including the India Label Show, Pack Plus, and PAMEX. ReEnvision Events is a sister organization of

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