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FESPA Mexico on course to be largest show till date
Jul '15
FESPA Mexico which runs from August 20-22, 2015 in Centro Banamex, Mexico City is on course to be the largest FESPA Mexico show till date, with a 10 per cent rise in overall exhibition space.

According to a press release from the organisers, over 10,000 visitors are expected to pass through the halls, exploring the latest print machinery, techniques and product solutions.

FESPA Mexico 2015 will see world leading companies including 3M, Avery Dennison, Canon, Epson, HP and MS Printing Solutions showcase their latest technology and solutions for wide format print.

This year’s show will see a steep 66 per cent increase in US brands in comparison to 2014, with new exhibitors including Arlon, ASPE, Bordeaux Digital, Coveris, Graphtec, Multicam, Riso, Safety Speed and STS inks.

This year’s edition will see 35 new exhibitors, representing 30 per cent of exhibition space, as companies like Vinil, Allwin, Epson, Casa Díaz, Celupal Gizmo, Sain Soplai and SPI have taken bigger stall spaces.

This year’s FESPA Mexico will include highlights such as the free-to-attend educational conference, which will include sessions every day in Spanish language.

Topics such as Profitability for Graphic Art Producers; Vinyl for Interior Decoration and Creative Design for Solutions and Applications will be discussed at the conference.

Screen printing expert Charlie Taublieb will also be demonstrating garment decoration techniques in the Garment Workshop, and will be on hand to answer any questions.

“The winner and finalists of the ‘Design a T-Shirt’ competition, sponsored by Epson, will be on display in Garment Workshop area,” FESPA informed.

3M and Mutoh are sponsors for the Mexican edition of the World Wrap Masters, where vinyl graphic installers have the chance to be crowned national champion.

Michael Ryan, group exhibition manager at FESPA said, “The larger number of international exhibitors speaks volumes for how they regard Mexico as a key growth region.”

“FESPA Mexico is always a bright and exciting show, and I am looking forward to meeting visitors and exhibitors to hear their thoughts as to how the Mexican print industry will continue to evolve,” Ryan added. (AR)

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