– Over 110,000 Square Metres of exhibition floor area booked.
According to the organisers of PRINT CHINA 2019, over 800 enterprises submitted booth applications totalling to over 110,000 square metres, almost 80% of the total available exhibition area, by 31st of April 2018. Being held in China from the 9th to 13th of April 2019, at the Guangdong Modern International Exhibition Center in the city of Dongguan, it is a recommended show for those who wish to get a taste of the Chinese machine manufacturers and their capabilities.
The leading exhibitors who have already been allocated the booth space include Heidelberg, Koenig & Bauer AG, Komori, Bobst, Highcon, Scodix, Ryobi Mitsubishi, Masterwork, JMD, Jinbao, Zhengrun, Huayue, Tiancen, Zenbo, Guowang, Hongming, Hongjing, Dongke, Zhengtu, Guangming, Changhexing, Haosheng, ST Machinery, Sino-MV and Shiheng. Meanwhile, the booth allocation for Digital Pre-press Hall (Hall 1) is also nearing a full-house with confirmation of booth space for leading enterprises like HP, Konica Minolta, Founder Group, Ricoh, Fujifilm, Fuji Xerox, Epson, Esko, Cron, Lucky Huaguang, Konita, Amsky and Strong. In addition to these, booths pertaining to label printing, post-press and finishing, equipments and consumables are also being finalised as we file this report.
The Organising Committee of PRINT CHINA 2019 has expressed its gratitude to all in the printing industry and thanked all of them for paying close attention and great support to the exhibition. The organisers will be providing highest standards of service to exhibitors and visitors. With a fruitful 10-years of experience and with a new re-launch, PRINT CHINA 2019 is expected to be a new starting point for the organisers, portraying a brand new blueprint, with more focused view into the new era and aims to be a navigator in the printing and allied industry. At the show, one can expect a much broader exhibitor base, highly organised programs and well defined procedures along with a very high-end platform for multilateral communication and trade.
As for PRESSIdeas, it has always been a knowledge enhancement trip and we expect no less this time with the vigour we see in the communications from the organisers. If any of our readers wishes to know anything about the show, they may write back at [email protected]