Labelexpo India is fastly approaching as the world of labelling watches on to see some of the next generation label machinery unveiled. The seventh edition of the expo will feature companies such as Nilpeter, Xeikon and Epson. Also, many new product and service launches are scheduled to take place. The show will run from Wednesday 29th October until Saturday 1st November. Covering over 5,800sq metres, Labelexpo India 2014 will feature around 250 exhibiting companies including over 50 first time exhibitors.
Some of the different types of companies exhibiting include:
In the last Labelexpo India, back in 2012, 8049 visitors attended from 61 different countries around the world. 93% of visitors were at manager level or above with 94% of visitors being involved in the purchasing decision. The event will also host the LMAI Avery Dennison Label Awards.
Aimed at label and package printers, brand owners and label designers, many new product and service launches are scheduled to take place. Visitors to the show will be able to see the next generation of printing machinery coming onto the market as well as learn about global market trends and see live demonstrations of the most advanced technologies available, compare the latest materials and find out about the newest developments in flexible packaging and intelligent labels.
The event is part of the Labelexpo global series which has 6 event planned until 2016. With events in New Delhi and South China upcoming this year, there is a lot to look forward in the labelling world. In 2015, there are expos at Mexico, Brussels and Shanghai. They have one event planned for 2016 so far, in Chicago.
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