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FESPA Mexico 2017 to now take place from Nov 16
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Oct '17
Courtesy: mexico.fespa.com
Courtesy: mexico.fespa.com
The tenth edition of FESPA Mexico 2017 show will take place from November 16-18 in Mexico City. The show was originally scheduled in September this year was postponed after an earthquake hit the city on September 19, as a mark of respect to the victims and their families. The fair is the largest dedicated specialised print show in Mexico and Central America.

In the event, visitors will have the opportunity to discover under one roof the latest products and technology across wide format digital print, textile print, signage and printed interior decoration.

“Following discussions with the venue, I am very pleased that we have found new dates to reschedule FESPA Mexico 2017,” commented FESPA group exhibition manager, Michael Ryan. “The new dates have been communicated to all our exhibitors and the response has been very positive.”

Ryan concludes: “Before postponing the September show, we were able to see the array of printing machinery and solutions that were going to be exhibited. It will be great to see the majority of those exhibitors returning in November to demonstrate those products and I am looking forward to the Mexican print community reuniting once more at FESPA Mexico.” (VM)

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