All in Print China 2023 garner interest across the world!

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Held in Shanghai, All in Print China 2023 will once again become the industry hotspots, attracting globally active participation to learn about the latest changes in the printing industry in China and Asia, attracting 112 buyer delegations in China and 53 overseas buyer groups from 22 country regions.

As a printing technology exhibition held in China, All in Print China has always been chosen by the industry for its “international and high standard” level and has played an important role to promote the development of the printing industry. Twenty years of hardships and strenuous progress have contributed to the international influence of All in Print China. Over the 20 years, All in Print China has built up a strong relationship with leading media and associations in the global printing and packaging industry, especially with the full support of the drupa team, known as the “Olympics of the printing world,” All in Print China 2023 will generate more publicity than ever. The show will be held from November 1-4, 2023 at SNIEC, Shanghai, China.

Print events in China resume without travel restrictions

Since January 8, China has downgraded the management of COVID-19 and a lot of new measures have been announced, including canceling the quarantine requirements for inbound travelers, and all types of visas resumed to be issued.

According to the latest news from Chinese foreign ministry, since April 29, the nucleic acid test requirement for China inbound travelers is removed and only a self-testing antigen test result within 48 hours is enough before boarding your flight. The airlines will not check the results before boarding, either. And travelers just need to declare the negative test result to China Customs.

What’s changed in China’s printing industry?

As we all know, the world economy fell into stagnation influenced by the Covid-19 in the past three years. Fortunately, many industries and economies have gradually revived from 2022 based on the pent-up demand. Especially China’s economic vitality performs the best with the release of prevention and control measures, as well as herd immunity in early 2023.

We could see exhibition centers resume being packed again with networking and business, and more international faces appear in the exhibition halls. Particularly, there are some changes in China’s printing industry.

Foreign well-known enterprises such as FujiFilm, DuPont, Flint and Agfa have been a long-term development and accumulation in the printing plate part of the key raw materials, with high-end products and other aspects of technology, brand, market and other advantages. However, after years of continuous research and development, some leading China enterprises have made effective breakthroughs in the fields of photopolymer and flexible plate products, which is conducive to the sustainable and healthy development of China’s printing plate industry and the printing industry.

The exhibition…

As an exhibition covering the whole printing industry chain, All in Print China will not only display the latest products and technologies in every area of the industry, but also focus on industry popular topics and provide customized solutions to printing enterprises.

Buyer delegations are ready to visit All in Print China 2023

All in Print China 2023 is now in full swing and liaising closely with hundreds of agents and associations around the world. By the end of May, All in Print China 2023 has been added to the calendar by most of associations and agents, who will give full play to their international resources to organize delegations to the show. Industry changes in the three years of epidemic, All in Print China 2023 will once again become the industry hotspots, attracting globally active participation to learn about the latest changes in the printing industry in China and Asia. According to statistics, 112 buyer delegations in China and 53 overseas buyer groups from 22 country regions, including India, Philippines, Indonesia, Korea, Thailand, Japan, Pakistan, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Russia, and Japan, visited the event in 2018, with over 100,933 visitors in attendance.

In 2023, the domestic and overseas visitors to All in Print China are expected to recover to the numbers in 2018 and to grow further amidst a solid recovery in the MICE industry and international exchanges.

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