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drupa 2024 Celebrates China Day, Highlights All in Print China

After eight long years, the highly anticipated drupa, the world’s most influential and the largest trade fair for printing technologies represents the largest single presentation of Chinese companies in Düsseldorf.

As a member of drupa, All in Print China receives full support from drupa, leveraging its global network and international influence. The exhibition has successfully expanded its reach to attract exhibitors and visitors from international markets. Additionally, All in Print plays a crucial role in expanding drupa’s business in China as each edition of drupa draws an ever-increasing number of Chinese exhibitors and visitors to Düsseldorf.

All in Print China- China Day at drupa

This year, 417 Chinese exhibitors have taken up over 26,000 square meters of net exhibition space. With China representing over 25% of all participants, the organizers of drupa designated 31st May as ‘China Day’. This special designation not only underscores the burgeoning global impact of China’s printing sector, but also serves as a moment of pride for the Chinese exhibitors involved.

All in Print China Düsseldorf Presentation: cutting-edge topics with print industry experts

The All in Print China Düsseldorf presentation was held during drupa 2024. The event attracted over 100 attendees, including industry leaders, association representatives, corporate executives, and media partners from China and other countries.

Sabine Geldermann at China Day in drupa 2024

Delivering the welcome speech, Sabine Geldermann, Director drupa, Portfolio Print Technologies, Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, stated that All in Print China has established itself as the most influential printing exhibition in Asia, encompassing technology trends as well as innovations driven by global megatrends in a fast-changing world.

Chen Yingxin

Chen Yingxin, Vice President of the Printing Technology Association of China, attended the event and delivered a speech, detailing the current developments in China’s printing industry. He also forwarded important guidelines for All in Print China 2026, stressing on innovation, improvement of the show’s value, and making every effort to promote international exchanges and cooperation. Chen also believes that AIP China would continue to build a world-class platform for communication and exchange in the global printing industry with openness, co-operation, and inclusiveness, and contribute to the mutual benefits and win-win situation of the global printing industry.

Marius Berlemann

On behalf of the organizer of All in Print China, Marius Berlemann, Regional Head at Messe Düsseldorf for Asia and Managing Director at Messe Düsseldorf China Ltd., acknowledged All in Print’s significant role in Asia’s printing industry.

Evian Gu, Division Director, Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., delivered the highlights of All in Print China 2026, emphasizing its role as both a hub for the printing industry and a platform for top forums. With profound industry knowledge, professional execution, and innovative concurrent events, she was confident that All in Print China will continue to offer an exceptional experience and value to all participants. She is convinced that with the ongoing efforts of the organizers and the support of exhibitors, industry media, and visitors, All in Print China 2026 will reaffirm its status as one of the most important events in the printing industry in Asia.

Ms. Evian Gu, Division Director of Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.,

Spectacular China Night by drupa, where table tennis meets printing

On the evening of 31 May, 2024, China Night presented an unforgettable evening, where table tennis, German culinary delights, and engaging interactions, offered a memorable experience to Chinese exhibitors coming all the way to drupa.

Wolfram Diener,Messe Düsseldorf President & CEO

Messe Düsseldorf President & CEO Wolfram Diener points out that Messe Düsseldorf has worked hard over the years to strengthen ties with China and the success of the China Day along with the many exhibitors and visitors is proof that the hard work has been successful. This year, China is represented at drupa with a total of 417 companies, making it the largest exhibiting country at drupa.

Consul General Du Chunguo points out that this year marks the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the comprehensive strategic partnership between China and Germany. Ten years ago, President Xi visited North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) and highlighted that NRW is one of Germany’s most populous and economically powerful states, playing a crucial role in Sino-German trade and investment cooperation.

Thanks to its outstanding geographical advantages, superior business environment, and strong culture of hospitality, NRW, centered around Düsseldorf, has gradually developed into a high ground for multi-field exchanges and cooperation between China and Germany over the past decade. China is vigorously developing new productive forces and is willing to work with countries around the world, including Germany, to promote technological innovations, uphold the spirit of openness, inclusiveness, and mutually beneficial cooperation, and continuously add new momentum to promote economic and trade cooperation and cultural exchanges.

Cai Shugui

Cai Shugui, Deputy Director General of Printing and Distribution Bureau of the Publicity Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, highlighted China’s dedication to advancing the printing industry through high-quality development. He stressed the importance of embracing digital and intelligent transformation, innovation, and openness to collaboration with Germany and other nations. The goal is to establish a mutually beneficial global printing industry chain, enhance productivity, and meet people’s desires for improved living standards.

On the serene banks of river Rhine, drupa and All in Print China joined hands to successfully deliver the All in Print China Düsseldorf Presentation and the grand China Night. This was not only an industry event but also a celebration of cultural exchange and friendship. The next All in Print China will be held in 2026, which will bring the enthusiasm and vitality of drupa to Asia and injecting new momentum into the development of the global printing industry.

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