FESPA Mexico 2020 postponed to November

In light of disruption caused by the COVID-19 outbreak worldwide

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FESPA Mexico 2020 postponed

FESPA has today announced that it has taken the decision to postpone FESPA Mexico 2020, which was originally scheduled to take place on 24 – 26 September 2020. The exhibition, which is being hosted at the Centro Citibanamex in Mexico City, will now return on 26 – 28 November 2020.

The decision to postpone the event was taken following considered discussion with FESPA’s partners and the Centro Citibanamex exhibition center, in light of the ongoing disruption caused by the COVID-19 outbreak worldwide.

FESPA chief executive officer, Neil Felton comments, “We have been working closely with our local team in Mexico to monitor the situation throughout the COVID-19 outbreak, as we have with our other international exhibitions. The decision to re-schedule is in the best interest of the health and wellbeing of all our partners, exhibitors, and visitors.”

Felton continues, “We are enthused to be returning with the event in November and sincerely look forward to welcoming all of our participants back to the Centro Citibanamex in Mexico City to celebrate the Mexican and Latin American specialty print community”.

For more information on the event and for those who have not yet registered, please visit: https://mexico.fespa.com/en

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