Printpack India 2025 – 1-5 February, India Expo Centre Greater Noida

95% of exhibition space already sold out, say organizers

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India Expo Centre gets ready for PrintPack India 2022.
India Expo Centre during PrintPack India 2022. Photo: IPP

The Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) has announced a positive response from the industry for its upcoming flagship event, Printpack India exhibition 2025. Scheduled to take place at India Expo Centre in Greater Noida from 1-5 February 2025, 95% of the exhibition area has already been sold out, the organizers said.

IPAMA, established in 1988 to promote the Indian Printing and Packaging Industry, has reserved all available ground floor halls at the India Expo Centre for the event. Following the success of IntraPac India, IPAMA says it is working towards making the 16th edition of Printpack India a resounding success.

With 436 companies already securing their space by depositing a token amount of Rs. 25,000, the response from the industry has exceeded expectations. Due to the high demand, IPAMA says it anticipates utilizing additional space, including a hangar, to accommodate more exhibitors. IPAMA is expecting more than 600 exhibitors in the forthcoming edition.

To ensure transparency and fairness, IPAMA says it has implemented a priority system for allocating exhibition space. Priority numbers are generated based on bank statements, certified by chartered accountants, containing the date and time of token amount receipt. 

This system ensures exhibitors are allotted space in a sequential manner, with some halls reserved segment-wise for the convenience of both exhibitors and business visitors such as hall nos. 1, 3, 9A, 9B, 9C for pre-press, press, post-press and converting, hall  nos. 5 & 7 for the label industry, 9D is for paper and screen printing, hall nos 14 & 15 are for corrugation and signage and second hand machinery are in 15 B.

The India Expo Centre, equipped with modern facilities for international exhibitions, conferences, and seminars, provides a convenient and accessible venue for Printpack India 2025. Situated in Greater Noida, the center is well-connected by road and rail, with nearby historical monuments offering recreational opportunities for attendees during recess periods.

IPAMA says it is committed to providing complimentary facilities to exhibitors, further enhancing the experience and value of participating in Printpack India 2025.

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