South Asia’s premier labels and package print expo, Labelexpo India 2022, returns to the India Expo Centre & Mart in Greater Noida, Delhi NCR, on 10-13 November, 2022, bringing the label industry under one roof and featuring a wide range of the latest technologies and their live demonstrations.
The four day event, the largest label and package printing show in the region, will feature the full spectrum of label and package printing technologies including digital and conventional printing presses; high-tech label and packaging materials; prepress and platemaking technology; finishing and converting systems; inspection, overprinting, and label application equipment; dies, cutters, and rollers; inks and coatings; RFID and security solutions; and software and interactive technology.
Pradeep Saroha, event director, Labelexpo India, says, “Labelexpo India 2022 is an unmissable opportunity for the industry to come together under one roof and reunite with industry peers to witness and be a part of the future of print technology. This year’s show will feature the changes and trends that the industry observed over the last four years, including the boom in e-commerce, the sea change in food and beverage packaging and labeling, commercial printers diversifying into packaging, and the proliferation of start-ups.”
Printers and converters, brand owners, label and packaging designers, and industry suppliers are expected to visit Labelexpo India 2022 in large numbers to experience the noise of running machinery in live demos, feel the texture of the substrates, and see the quality of print first-hand.
With over 250 of the industry’s leading global suppliers from Antigua & Barbuda, China, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, the UK, and the USA, besides hosts India taking part, visitors will get a chance to connect and see live demonstrations of the latest machinery and materials, learn about global label trends and technologies, and network with industry experts.
Opening Timings: 10-12 November, 2022: 10.30am to 6pm; 13 November, 2022: 10.30am to 3.30pm.