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FESPA China to run from Oct 21-23 in Shanghai
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Jun '15
FESPA said it is hosting the third edition of FESPA China which will take place from October 21-23, at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Shanghai.

Under the theme, ‘Find Your Key To Success’, FESPA China will provide visitors with inspiration and skills to unlock their business potential through industry launches, product innovation and content led features.

The event which will be held in partnership with China Screen Printing and Graphic Imaging Association (CSGIA) is expected to fill over 12,000 sq metres of floor space, up 13 per cent over the 2013 edition.

The event’s annual cycle sees it alternate between venues in Shanghai and Guangzhou, enabling FESPA to engage with a broad cross-section of the Chinese market and attract a high number of global exhibitors and visitors.

International exhibitors confirmed for this year’s event include Kornit, Siser, Dgen, Mimaki, Keundo, Asialink and Synnex.

Local participants include Denishi Denbishi Fine Chemical, Ever-Bright Printing Machine, Shenyang Shicheng Printing Machinery, Dongguan and Suzhou Yihui Printing Machinery Factory, etc.

According to a FESPA press release, over 9,500 visitors attended the inaugural FESPA China 2013 exhibition from 77 countries.

“In 2014, attendance grew to 15,166 from 91 countries, cementing FESPA China’s position as a regional event,” it added.

After mainland China, the largest visitor delegations were from India, Japan, Korea and Malaysia, with printers also travelling from Hong Kong and Taiwan as well as Australasia, Europe, USA, Africa and South America.

Roz McGuinness, FESPA divisional director said, “We are delighted to be returning to Shanghai for the third edition of FESPA China.”

“Our launch event in Shanghai in 2013 was met with a fantastic response, and we developed the event further last year in Guangzhou,” he too added.

“With the number of international exhibitors in attendance, it’s clear that FESPA is defining its market position as a key regional event for the major brands,” McGuinness observed. (AR)

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