Jordan International Printing and Packaging exhibition will take place for the first time from 28 to 31 of October 2013 in Zara Exhibition and Convention centre at Grand Hyatt, Amman. The show is supported by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The major players in different sectors of printing industry including paper, flexo, label and digital printing will be exhibiting at the show. Organizer of the show aims to attract 5 thousands visitors including decision makers, printers, publishing houses and advertising agencies.
Eng. Riyad Alshweiki, Director General of the Roaya Expo, the show organizers, told ME Printer that the exhibition is looking forward promoting the printing industry of locally and internationally as well put on display the latest graphic arts technology and equipment that will help printers increase their productivity and profitability.
“It is the first time that this exhibition is taking place in Jordan. With this show we offer printers and suppliers in Jordan to market themselves to a broad audience. The growing Printing industry in Jordan is very competitive, “comments Alshweiki.
50 exhibitors including suppliers as well as printers from different sectors of printing industry in Jordan are taking part in the event. The date for exhibition has been carefully chosen in order not to overlap with other trade events locally and regionally.
According to the organizers The Jordan Printing and Packaging exhibition is an ideal platform for printing industry in Jordan to find new markets, build new business relationships and find sales opportunity. Visitors can also find out about the potential of graphic arts industry in Jordan and establish partnership with companies present at the show
“With this show we are underlining the ability of printing presses in to compete in quality and quantity at the regional and international level. Meanwhile we are trying to deliver a message to local companies and manufacturers that printing industry in Jordan can cater to their printing needs offering the highest quality and best price,” concludes Alshweiki.