New Delhi edition of Screen Print India to be held in December

Trade fair for will be held from 17 – 19 December 2020

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Screen Print India was to take place in March

Messe Frankfurt India has announced new dates for the 2020 edition of Screen Print India, trade fair for screen, textile, sublimation and digital printing technologies. The exhibition, which will mark its launch in New Delhi this year, will join Gartex Texprocess India, from 17 – 19 December 2020 at India Expo Mart, Delhi-NCR. The trade fair was originally scheduled for March.

As per Messe Frankfurt India, in the present situation, the exhibition will play a critical role in bringing together key industry players for knowledge-exchange sessions on topics related to the graphics industry, and aims to provide exhibitors and visitors with the latest trends.

“Screen Print India 2020 will make its debut in New Delhi alongside Gartex Texprocess India 2020, thus bringing latest advancements and machinery in sectors like textile printing, screen printing, digital and sublimation under one roof. Leading manufacturing brands will conduct live demos of their latest technological offerings to potential business visitors and traders during the three-day event,” it said.

Also, Screen Print India 2020 will host Screen Print Excellence Awards to honor technology inventors within the screen printing industry. The awards will also feature a special “SPI Sample Gallery” showcasing award winning pieces of screen printing excellence.

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