Pamex to offer a sunny start to 2020 for printers

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The International Exhibition on Printing & Allied Machinery Industries is scheduled to happen from 6-9 January at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai.

The Indian printing industry is increasingly being driven by growth in packaging and labels. The rising demand fuels growing opportunities and therein leaves a lot of scope for new products, services and solutions. Pamex provides a global platform to these innovations and developments.

In the backdrop of the successful last edition, which featured 350+ exhibitors, 75+ product launches, 200+ running machines and several other attractions, recording an unprecedented footfall of 25,223 visitors, Pamex 2020 aims to be even bigger.

The exhibition will showcase next-gen technologies from worldwide solution providers across various categories like prepress, in-press and postpress segments. The show will host dedicated pavilions for label and narrow web printing and presses; paper and board converting and corrugated machinery and equipment. Flexo and gravure printing, digital presses, web offset presses, sheet-fed offset presses and signage machinery & process equipment will be widely displayed at the event.

More than 100 companies have already booked their stands at the next edition. To name a few of the leading companies, Canon India, Konica Minolta, Ample Graphics, Condot Systems, PS Graphics, Mehta CadCam Systems, Monotech Systems, Technova Imaging Systems, Grafica Flextronica, Autoprint Machinery Manufacturers, Hitech Systems Pfe, Alpna Visual Packaging Aids, Intec Printing Solutions and Xerox India are already on board.

The promotional activities of Pamex happen all through the year, with the team travelling across the world for printing, converting and several other related industry exhibitions like IGAS 2018, Japan and All in Print China 2018.

To know more about the developments at Pamex, follow their event page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pamex2020/ or write to shantanu@print-packaging.com

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