Getting ready for PAMEX 2011!
– a right place for business in graphic arts industry
Organized by the All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP) with TAFCON Projects (India) Pvt Ltd, PAMEX 2011, an international exhibition on printing and allied machinery industries will be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi during November 01-04. The event is being supported by Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India and Federation of Indian Publishers, Indian Newspaper Society, Printing and Printing Equipment Industries Association of China, Screen Printers’ Association of India, and National Printing Equipment Suppliers Association of USA, apart from 59 print industry affiliated associations of AIFMP.
As in the past, PAMEX will be the destination for the worldwide solution providers and as per the president of AIFMP, Manoj B Mehta, “PAMEX is the only international brand of trade fair in India and the All India Federation of Master Printers along with its 59 affiliated printing associations is leaving no stone unturned in promoting it.” The event will showcase generation next technologies across categories from pre-press to post-press and everything in between, along with printing rollers, web offset printing machines, screen printing machines, semi automatic case making, joint forming machine, die cutting and creasing systems for offset process, lamination machines, punching machine, box stitching machines, sheetfed offset machines, UV coating equipment, stamping, corrugation and packaging machines, thermal and violet CtP plates, engraving machines, digital printers, envelope folding machine, and large format printers, etc. Industry leaders including Heidelberg, Technova, Xerox, Komori, Grafica Flextronica, Sandvik, UV Graphic Technologies, Mehta Cad Cam, Esko Graphics, Heiber+Schroder, Ricoh and many more will have on display their state-of-the-art printing technologies, catering to the growing needs of innovative products of the Indian market.
Presently, the Indian printing industry is well established and growing at 12 percent per annum. And India’s printing market is forecast to grow to US$ 20.9 billion by 2011. In this scenario, PAMEX 2011 provides organizations the opportunity to break through the clutter and grab the attention of their target groups. The event is not just a window to the expanding printing industry in India but also offers a passage to the Asian markets that hold tremendous potential.