Messe Frankfurt sets new dates for Screen Print India New Delhi and Mumbai hybrid editions

Aim is to provide more time and flexibility for exhibitors

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Screen Print India New Delhi moved to December 2021 and Mumbai edition will be held in April 2022
Screen Print India New Delhi moved to December 2021 and Mumbai edition will be held in April 2022

Screen Print India New Delhi has been moved to December 2021 and will take place alongside Gartex Texprocess India, while the Mumbai edition will be held in April 2022. The hybrid trade fairs aim to bring the industry together for crucial sourcing and learning opportunities and create synergies between sector players of garment manufacturing and textile printing segments.

Messe Frankfurt India has announced that the first hybrid edition of Screen Print India New Delhi, which was initially planned in August, will now be held from 3 – 5 December 2021 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

Screen Print India will showcase a series of knowledge sessions and live demos

The decision to move the dates of the fair aims to provide more time and flexibility for exhibitors to plan their participation while enabling organizers to create a business environment that is strongly conducive to host the fair. Following the New Delhi edition, the Mumbai edition of Screen Print India will be hosted as a hybrid fair from 21 – 23 April 2022 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, alongside the Gartex Texprocess India Mumbai edition.

Across the three days of the exhibition, the virtual format of Screen Print India New Delhi will showcase a series of knowledge sessions and live demos and place a key emphasis on product showcases and exhibitor search. The physical format in parallel will provide a first-hand experience of witnessing the products live and interacting with the exhibitors face-to-face. Furthermore, the physical exhibition will be organized under the parameters of MFI SafeConnect, thus ensuring a secure B2B networking experience.

The hybrid edition of Screen Print India New Delhi will be hosted alongside Gartex Texprocess India to benefit printing professionals who are commonly engaged in both textile and screen-printing segments.

 

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