Space fully sold out; plans for extending area

PRINTPACK INDIA 2019, India Expo Centre 1-6 February

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The Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) is organizing PRINTPACK INDIA 2019 from 1-6 February 2019 at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida. The total gross area booked so far is around 35,000 sq. m, which equals to net exhibitors’ space of 19,800 sq. m. IPAMA still has more than 3 months to go for the curtain raising ceremony, and has already sold out the total space area allocated for the show. The total net area to be booked will be in the vicinity of 23,000 sq.m. The net increase space booking during PPI 2019 will be around 40%, in comparison to the earlier edition of the show held in 2017.

The show will have all major Indian and international brands showcasing their innovative, unique and latest equipment and technology. The companies are working hard for the optimum utilization of the opportunity, with big industrial houses promoting their products  through various branding sites. VIG Graphics has taken Visitors’ Lanyard and Badges; Mart Terrace brandings have been reserved by Konica Minolta; Cubes by Ionic Chemicals Pvt. Ltd.; Gate Branding by Bobst; Entrance banner, ceiling bunting and pole buntings have been reserved by Impel, Sheth and Gutenberg. Many more branding sites are being
reserved by different companies. HP has also shown interest in water bottle sponsorship.

As quality of visitor is the essence of any exhibition, IPAMA is hosting delegations from different countries like Nigeria, Egypt, Palestine, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, etc. through a special program of incentives and discounts. In India, IPAMA has been participating in almost every exhibition to promote PRINTPACK INDIA. In the last one year, IPAMA has participated in more than 60 exhibitions and events. IPAMA is committed to bring extra features to its member companies for the growth and development of the fraternity.

In the forthcoming PRINTPACK INDIA, the online visitor registration is absolutely hassle-free and complimentary. Visitors need not wait in queue for the badges. The online registered visitor can carry a printout of the online registered badge. Visitors can directly enter the exhibition halls from the respective gates. Even the eBadge will be valid
for seeking entry, subject to the original ID card. However, onsite registration is chargeable.

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