SCREEN PRINT INDIA 2010
Venue: Bombay Exhibition Centre
|Event Date/Time: Dec 08, 2010||End Date/Time: Dec 10, 2010|
Event Profile :
Screen Print India 2010 is the 9th International Exhibition On Screen, Textile, Digital Printing Which is only is the only dedicated, official screen print industry-specific exhibition held in India. The ninth exhibition in the series will take place from December 8 to10, 2010. Screen Print India 2010 will be held at Hall No. 5, Bombay Exhibition Centre, NSC Ground, Goregaon (E), Mumbai, India. The 6,000 square meter three-day exhibition is envisaged to be bigger and better than all its predecessors till date.
Visitor Profile :
Screen Print India 2008 attracted 8,000 plus visitors from across India and several dignitaries from abroad as well.
Commercial / Stationery Printers
Suppliers / Distributors / Manufacturers
Ceramic / Glass Printers
Nameplate / Decal Printers
Plastic / Packaging
Pad Printing / Round Printing
Labels / Stickers / Release Papers
UV / Spot Curing / Special Effects
The 2010 edition is also expected to draw visitors from across India including places like Tirupur because of its focus on the textile segment. Delegations from countries across the globe will also be visiting the exhibition. There will be focused visitors who are genuinely interested in exploring business opportunities and new technologies.
Organiser Profile :
Aditya Expositions has an impressive track record of successfully organising eight editions of the Screen Print India Show as well as the popular Print Tex exhibitions at Tirupur in 2007 and 2009. Print Tex is a comprehensive exhibition covering the entire spectrum from textile screen printing to garment decoration and embellishment. Both shows provide an ideal platform for Indian printers, material and machine providers to profit from the potential growth in the industry. Prominent industry associations from India and abroad support events organised by Aditya Expositions.
Key Highlights :
There will be a greater focus on textile printing and a special pavilion on Digital Printing as well. The venue has been selected because of its capacity to accommodate more exhibitors and visitors. It is easier to access and also quite spacious, enabling participants to display their wares in a more aesthetic manner. Visitors will get an opportunity to witness some of the huge machinery, which would not have been possible at other venues in Mumbai before due to space constraints. Roadshows with informative seminars are being held in various Indian cities as part of the pre-event activity.