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  • 20 Aug 2019

Registration opens for Labelexpo Asia 2019

Registration opens for Labelexpo Asia 2019

Visitor registration is now open for Labelexpo Asia 2019, which will be held in Shanghai between 3 and 6th December 2019.

The 9th edition of the show is bigger than ever before with over 300 brands and many of the industry’s international players already confirmed. Chinese exhibitors include: Brotech, HanGloble, Jinda, KingLabel, Rhyguan, SilkStar, Spande, Taiyo, Wanjie, Weigang, Winbosc, Zhongshan Fuzhou, and Zhongte. The show floor will also feature international exhibitors such as Avery Dennison, Dilli, Domino, Lintec, Konica Minolta, OMET, Ritrama, and UPM Raflatac.

Exhibitors will be covering all aspects of label production, displaying the latest presses, materials, finishing equipment and automation technology, to a buyer audience of printers, brand owners, industry suppliers, and graphic designers. The show is supported by industry partner, the Printing and Printing Equipment Industries Association of China (PEIAC).

New for this year’s edition is Flexpack area which will showcase the latest technology in flexible packaging. Visitors will be able to see in-line presses in action, as well as to learn about the latest innovations in inks, coatings and surface treatments such as corona for flexible packaging and laminating films. Ancillary machines will also be on show including high speed slitting equipment for master flexible packaging rolls.

‘China is the second largest producer of packaging in the world, with flexible packaging one of its biggest growth areas. This is due to changing consumer lifestyles and choices driving a continued industry trend towards shorter runs. It therefore felt right to expand the show by introducing a dedicated Flexpack area at Labelexpo Asia 2019, where Chinese printers and brand owners who may be moving into this area can source the solutions they need,’ said Lisa Milburn, managing director of Labelexpo Global Series.

‘Labelexpo Asia continues to play a vital role in moving the label and package printing industry forward in the region, and we look forward to meeting with visitors and exhibitors at this year’s show.’

Visitors can pre-register on the show website to receive their free exhibition pass.


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