All in Print China 2016: Connecting the world with printing

All In Print AsiaAll in Print is charted for success: roughly one year before it kicks off on October 18, 2016, more than 400 renowned companies from the international print suppliers industry have already confirmed their participation at the sixth edition of All in Print, already occupying over 80,000 square metres at this early point.

The list of exhibitors includes such global players as Dupont, Daetwyler Graphics, Epson, Siemens, Asian brands like Daqiao Packaging, Focusight, Mclantis Group, Masterwork, STS Machinery, UP Group, Weng Cheng Machinery, Yilee, Yoco and the Austrian upstream supplier B&R Industrial Automation, to name but a few. Joint participations from the USA and Germany have also signed up to exhibit.

Underscoring the relevance of All in Print, project director, Evian Gu, said: “These excellent interim results reflect the major importance of the Asian market. According to studies carried out by SmithersPira, Asia is by far the world’s most important growth region for the printing industry. By 2018 Asia’s market share in the global print suppliers industry will rise from 38.8 per cent in 2013 to 43 per cent.

All in Print is the key to these important future markets; fortunately key players like Bobst, Canon, Fujifilm, Komori, Konica Minolta, Ricoh and Xerox have already booked exhibition space at the forthcoming show. This is definitely further confirmation of the relevance of All in Print.”

Under the heading ‘Discover the Future of Printing’, All in Print 2016 in Shanghai will bring some changes in its conceptual cornerstones: the duration of the trade fair will be prolonged from four to five days while its frequency was already increased to every two years as early as 2014. In addition to this, the six exhibition halls in Shanghai will all be themed – ‘All in Press’, ‘All in Digital’, ‘All in Label’, ‘All in Packaging’, ‘All in Creativity’ and ‘All in E-business’.

Over 700 national and international exhibitors will present – on a total 90,000m2 of exhibition space. The exhibitors’ ranges are rounded off by a technical supporting programme boasting well over 30 forums and seminars.

The Messe Düsseldorf Group and its flagship fairs drupa (for print and crossmedia solutions) and interpack (International Trade Fair for Packaging Machines and Appliances, Packaging Materials and Auxiliaries, Confectionery Machines) develop promising growth markets throughout the world with the help of regional trade fairs.

Only recently did the debut of swop, the Shanghai World of Packaging (November 17-20, 2015), draw to a successful close and preparations for Pack Print International (International Packaging and Printing Exhibition for Asia) from September 20-23, 2017 in Bangkok are also in full swing.

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