KSPA has big plans for PrintFair 2019

PrintFair, 10-13 April BIEC Bengaluru

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PrintFair
PrintFair 2018

PrintFair, the commercial printing, package converting and digital sign show will take place concurrently with PackPlus South from 10-13 April 2019 at BIEC, Bengaluru. The show is organized in association with the Karnataka State Printers Association (KSPA), which plans to promote the show extensively in South India.

KSPA plans to mobilize visitors across the state with the support of its district associations. The list includes Tumkur District Printers Association, Chitradurga Printers Association, Davangere District Printers Association, Maland Printers Association, Udupi Taluk Press Owners Association, Karavali Printers Association, Hassan District Printers Association, Mysore District Printers Association, Mysore Designers and Printers Association, and Belgaum Press Owners Association.

The talks with these local associations have been initiated and led by Ashok Kumar, president and CR Janardhana, ex-president of KSPA. The team plans to undertake roadshows and Print Yatras in the interiors of South India, prior to the exhibition.

PrintFair will be attended by package, label and commercial printers; converters of machinery for corrugated box; box manufacturers; print buyers; publishers, owners of commercial newspapers; production and quality control managers; design houses, art directors; production managers; graphic designers; packaging development managers; print shop managers and printing technologists. The show along with PackPlus South will feature more than 250 leading players from the industry.

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