Pamex is shaping good!

Pamex, BEC Mumbai, 6-9 January 2020

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Pamex, the International Exhibition on Printing & Allied Machinery Industries, is all set for its next edition, which will be held in Mumbai from 6-9 January 2020, at the state-of-the-art facility of Bombay Exhibition Centre.

The event is organized by the All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP), in association with Print-Packaging.com (P) Ltd. The 2017 edition of the exhibition, which presented more than 350 companies, recorded numerous business deals and also witnessed an unprecedented 25223 unique visitors. In 2020, Pamex will bring 400+ exhibitors from more than 25 countries. The show features generation next technologies from worldwide solution providers across various categories like prepress, in-press and postpress segments. The show also presents dedicated pavilions for label and narrow web printing and presses; paper & board converting; and corrugated machinery & 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.

The added attraction in 2020, besides several new companies signing up for the show, will be the World Print and Communication Forum (WPCF) meet. The WPCF is a collaborative platform for the world’s major transnational and national printing associations, who work together to promote the development and prosperity of the global printing industry. This will be the first edition of the meet at Pamex exhibition.

The Pamex promotional activities are being carried extensively in all parts of the country. The show has also participated in related international events to drive participation from all across the globe. Few leaders from the industry who have already confirmed their presence in the exhibition are Acme Machinery (India) (P) Ltd., Advanced Graphic Systems, Ample Graphics (P) Ltd., APL Machinery (P) Ltd., Autoprint Machinery Manufacturers (P) Ltd., Canon India, Condot Systems (P) Ltd., Electromec Machinery Manufacturers (P) Ltd., Five Star Printing Machinery, Komori, Konica Minolta Business Solutions India (P) Ltd., Line O Matic Graphic Industries, Memory Repro Systems (P) Ltd. and Xerox India.

To know more about the event, visit www.pamex.in

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