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Label & package printing show Labelexpo India begins Nov 17
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Courtesy: Labelexpo India
Courtesy: Labelexpo India
Label and package printing event, Labelexpo India 2016 will run from November 17-20 at the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida and will see over 200 exhibitors, including 45 new ones.

According to the organisers, Labelexpo India offers highly valuable networking opportunities for visitors and exhibitors alike by bringing together the entire supply chain under one roof.

New product launches will be seen from companies like Bobst, HP, Konica Minolta, Nilpeter, Monotec, Multitech, OMET, Webtech Engineering, Xeikon and Zhongte.

Labelexpo India will also play host to the LMAI Avery Dennison Label Awards on November 18, given out in categories including, Flexo, Letterpress, Offset, Combination Printing and Digital.

Jade Grace, Labelexpo India event director said, “Visitors can expect to see the latest developments and innovations set to transform the South Asian market and help improve their productivity and margins.”

“No other trade show offers the same close-up tech experience or is the ultimate meeting place to connect sellers, buyers and experts,” she added. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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