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3rd Edition of Print Miracle Expo to Take Place on 20-23 Jan ’2023 at Kochi, Kerala

01 October 2022: 3rd edition of Print Miracle Expo will take place on 20-23 Jan’2023 at CIAL Trade & Exhibition Centre in Kochi. The exhibition is being organized by Kerala Master Printers’ Association (KMPA) and co-organised by Showcase Trade Fairs and Business Media (P) Ltd. The show will broadly feature press, printing, print finishing, packaging and converting. The co-organisers expect about 70-80 exhibitors out of which 30-40 companies have already confirmed their participation.

Print Miracle Expo is expected to attract a large number of visitors from Kerala, Tamilnadu and Karnataka. Ashok Neelkanth, Managing Director of Showcase Trade Fairs and Business Media, who had just successfully hosted their mega Print Expo show in Chennai, said “Although Print Expo covers the entire South Indian Print Market, Print Miracle Expo has its own role to cater to the Kerala printing industry. The show also caters to other markets such as Western and South-West Tamilnadu market and South/South West Karnataka. Since it is held once in 3 years it does not get overlapped with other south Indian print shows and it is being held after 4-5 months of PrintExpo Chennai.”

He added “It is our observation that these days regional exhibitions play a major role to cater to the local markets as often printers, barring high level print houses, do not venture out to visit national level shows in Delhi or Mumbai. Entrepreneurs now expect trade shows to happen close to their markets. And exhibition such as Print Miracle, organized by the Printers’ Association carries much weightage and hence attracts quality exhibitors and visitors. On our part, as co-organisers, we are aggressively promoting the show and trying to get maximum top companies on board and we have a greater role to make it worth visiting for the printers at large.”

Ashok Neelkanth adds “Kerala print market is very progressive and lot of new investments are taking place in digital, offset and screen printing. Print Miracle show is the need based event of Kerala printing industry.”

Kerala Master Printers Association (KMPA), having their office at Kaloor, Kochi, is the foremost and largest association of printers in Kerala. Formed in the year 1970, it is also affiliated to the All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP), New Delhi. The key objective of the KMPA is to bring together printers of the state of Kerala, to coordinate the activities of printers and allied traders carrying on the business within its jurisdiction of Kerala; The Association celebrates its Golden Jubilee in 2020.

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