Visitor registration is now open for Asia’s largest and most anticipated label and package printing technology event.
Labelexpo Asia, the trade exhibition, is being held at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) December 5-8, 2017 is supported by industry partner, the Printing and Printing Equipment Industries Association of China (PEIAC), and will comprise strong educational content and new feature areas.
Attracting some of the region’s most exciting brands and many of the industry’s most prominent international players, there are already 300 exhibitors signed up for this year’s show. In addition, 50 new companies will be exhibiting for the first time, exhibitors to watch out for include: Avery Dennison, BOBST, Codimag, Domino, Flint Group, Fuji Xerox, Lintec, Omet, UPM Raflatac, Wenzhou Rhyguan Machinery Co, Xeikon, Zhejiang Weigang and Zhejiang Zhongte Machinery.
Covering all aspects of label production, Labelexpo Asia is aimed at printers, brand owners, industry suppliers and packaging, label and graphic designers. As well as showcasing the latest presses, materials, finishing equipment and automation technology, the show will feature the Digital Trail and the Smart Zone, which will highlight the latest intelligent and interactive label and packaging products designed to enrich consumer engagement, increase security and prevent fraud.
James Samuel, events portfolio director, Labelexpo Global Series commented, “The industry continues to show good growth and 2017’s show is set to be our largest edition to date with a bigger show floor than 2015’s record-breaking event. China and the wider Asian continent remain a key market for commercial gain, especially as the market continues to mature and become more sustainable and sophisticated in its use of technology. Attending this year’s Labelexpo Asia will give Chinese printers an essential insight into how they can help their businesses to thrive and add tangible value for the customer.”
Entry is free of charge and visitors can pre-register here to receive their full exhibition pass.