Asia Coat + Ink 2022 – 17-19 November at Bombay Exhibition Centre

Focus on varnishes, inks, adhesives, coatings, and decorative materials

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The 2022 edition of the expo will be held in Mumbai

The 2022 edition of the Asia Coat + Ink show – a global trade event focusing on varnishes, inks, adhesives, coatings, and decorative materials – will be held from 17-19 November at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai. 

Leading Indian and global manufacturers and suppliers in the field of inks, adhesives, coatings, varnishes, among others, will take part in the show being organized by the All India Printing Ink Manufacturers’ Association (AIPIMA).  Some prominent names include Uflex, DIC, Siegwerk, K-Tech, and Abigail. The show is spread over an area of 3,750 square meters.  

AIPIMA will also organize a concurrent international conference on 16 November at Courtyard by Marriott Mumbai on the topic, “Next generation printing ink/technology, issue-trends and the way forward”.

The guest of honor at the one-day conference is Snehashis Roy of the Times Group while the keynote speaker will be Shailesh Nima of Michelman India. Other speakers include Jose San of Toyo Ink, Ramakrishna Karanth of Siegwerk India, Rajesh Srivastava of Uflex and Adesh Malkar of BYK India.

The conference is being sponsored by Uflex, Toyo Ink, BYK, Siegwerk, Fujifilm, and Miwon. It is supported by leading industry veterans such as BB Sen, Vimal Mehta, RY Kamat, Zainul Lakdawala and Ganesh Angne.

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