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FESPA Eurasia 2014 to be 20% bigger than previous edition
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Nov '14
According to organisers of FESPA Eurasia 2014, taking place in Istanbul from December 4-7, 2014, the trade show will be 20 per cent larger than the first edition held last year.

FESPA Eurasia has also expanded in size with a number of first-time participants, including suppliers such as Eurotech, Canon, Kornit Digital and Yatay, and global companies like Agfa Graphics, HP and Roland.

They add, “The increased event size has been achieved through growing trust and recognition of the FESPA brand across Turkey and the region through a strong sales and marketing strategy.”

The show will be a broad mix of technologies allowing visitors to discover new opportunities, including interior and decorative markets, 3D printing, and industrial print.

The latest solutions for screen printing will be covered by SPS, MHM, and M&R, while digital textile printing will be well represented including Reggiani, Roland, Kornit Digital, d.gen, and Mimaki.

The trade show will also feature products displayed by national distributors, namely, BTC, AIT, Future Reklam and OTS.

Michael Ryan, FESPA Group Exhibition Manager said, “When you look at the line-up of exhibitors at FESPA Eurasia, you can see that it is going to be an incredible showcase of latest technologies.”

“So if your business is print or signage, FESPA Eurasia is undoubtedly a ‘must attend’ event for you,” he added. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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