Leading companies line up for InPrint Munich 2021
14 September 2020: Leading companies have already booked their stalls for InPrint Munich 2021, the International Exhibition of Print Technology for Industrial Manufacturing, to be held on 9 to 11 March 2021 at Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. The organizers have teamed up with ICE Europe and CCE International, two leading trade events. These events are devoted to the latest innovations in converting and finishing, as well as corrugated and cardboard production technology.
Among the companies that will be exhibiting are: Agfa, EMM Siebdruckmaschinen, Global Inkjet Systems (GIS), Hamamatsu Photonics Deutschland, Hymmen, Inkatronic, KNF Neuberger, Maschinenbau Bochonow, Pall, Siegwerk Druckfarben and Xaar.
There will be the Matchmaking Programme for exhibitors. This free of charge online tool allows exhibitors to make appointments and book meetings prior to the exhibition with already registered visitors.
InPrint Munich features latest developments in digital, inkjet, screen, and speciality printing, redefining the role of print technology in on-demand production, mass-customisation, and cost-efficient processing of goods, products, and packaging.
Frazer Chesterman (FM Future), CoFounder of the InPrint event brand said “Whilst the main focus of ICE or CCE visitors is on specialised converting technology, they are also looking for integrated print solutions to label or decorate their finished foil, film, paper, or carton product. Surveys confirm that one third of ICE and CCE visitors want to know more about print technology that can be integrated into their manufacturing process. With InPrint Munich located next door, they can literally proceed to the next step in their production line.”
Marcus Timson (FM Future), Co-Founder of the InPrint event brand informed that stand allocation is now well underway. “With Munich remaining our home, InPrint will be the destination for many visitors from the heart of Europe’s trade activities – a perfect platform for print tech companies to ride the wave, test the market, and promote new paths for print technology in industrial production.”