Pamex in Bombay Exhibiton Centre, 6-9 January 2020

Print-Packaging renews contract to organize Pamex


The All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP) has renewed the contract of (P) Ltd. (PPCPL) as event partners for organizing their flagship exhibition, Pamex. PPCPL has been the event partner for Pamex since 2015, and has with awarded three more editions on top of the three-edition contract it already had.

Rveendra Joshi, president of AIFMP, said, “We have been very happy with the progress of Pamex over the last two editions. This partnership with (P) Ltd. is taking the exhibition to new heights. Now that the next three editions are in safe hands, we look forward to Pamex 2020, which will be one the best shows for printing and allied machinery in the country.”

“We were looking forward to continue being the event partners for Pamex after the edition of January 2020. We are very excited to continue this partnership with AIFMP for three more editions. And now we look forward to gain more support and participation from the industry colleagues to make Pamex 2020 a huge success.” shared Anil Arora, president, PPCPL. Pamex 2020 will be held from 6-9 January at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon. For more details, visit

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