Packed with more than 250 exhibitors, this year’s show has more new technology than ever before and is an unmissable opportunity to experience the latest launches from leading industry names including Avery Dennison, BST, GEW HP, Konica Minolta, Bobst, DuPont, Esko, Miraclon, Monotech Systems and more.
The show was opened by Pradeep Saroha, event director of Labelexpo India, Rajesh Nema, president of Labels Manufacturers Association of India (LMAI), Jaideep Singh, honorary secretary, LMAI, Raveendra Joshi, president of All India Federation of Master Printers, Kamal Mohan Chopra, president, World Print & Communication Forum, AVPS Chakravarthi, Global Ambassador of World Packaging Organisation, Mohammad Shamsul Islam senior vice chairman of Printing Industry association of Bangladesh, Peter Deckker, president of Sri Lanka Association of Printers and Andy Thomas-Emans, strategic director of Tarsus Labels, Packaging and Brand Print Group.
Saroha said: ‘We are very happy to be back at with Labelexpo India after a gap of four years. Despite the challenges of Covid, the label and package printing industry did not stop innovating in the past couple of years. We are thankful to all of our exhibitors for their unwavering support for Labelexpo India. This year’s show is packed with innovation and technology developments that took place in the past four years.’
Rajesh Nema, president of Labels Manufacturers Association of India, said: ‘I am very happy to be a part of the opening ceremony of Labelexpo India 2022. I look forward to meeting the whole label fraternity during the four-day show. The show is a crucial event for growth and development of the labels and packaging printing industry. The Tarsus team has done an excellent job of organizing the show. I am looking forward to seeing new technologies and products from some of the leading manufacturers in the industry.’
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