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All In Print China to highlight economic recovery in 2011

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

China has been experiencing a stable development even in the recent global economic downturn and is believed to be the first to recover. One year after the Expo 2010 Shanghai China, the 4th All in Print China, China International Exhibition for All Printing Technology and Equipment, will be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Center from November 14 - 17, 2011. All in Print China 2011 intends to highlight the recovery of both China's economy in general and the printing industry in particular.
 
With the theme "Synergy of Print and Digital Era", All in Print China 2011 will be jointly organized by Messe Düsseldorf China Ltd., the Printing Technology Association of China and the China Academy of Printing Technology - with the support of Keyin Print Media. Due to the concurrently held 2011 Asia-Pacific Web Printing Image Exhibition and the China International Network Printing & Digital Printing Exhibition, the range of products on display at All in Print China 2011 will expand and attract more visitors from diverse industry sectors to the event. The trade fair will showcase the latest printing technologies such as planographic processes, letterpress printing, gravure, screen printing and inkjet on about 861,000 square feet of exhibit space. More than 100,000 visits are expected.
 
The Chinese government has implemented positive measures to ease the global financial crisis and is confident that economic revival and long-term stable development will be achieved. All in Print China 2011 will highlight the strategic importance of innovation, integration and communication in the printing sector. Offering a global platform for trade visitors with strong purchase authority from around the world, All in Print China 2011 will explore new channels for printing industry developments.
 
When last held in 2008, All in Print China continued the success of the previous two events and became the largest printing exhibition in China in 2008 with 742,700 square feet of exhibit space. A total of 634 national and international exhibitors from the prepress, printing, post-press and packaging sectors participated. The 4-day event attracted 70,000 visits from 80 countries and regions. Overseas buyers came from countries such as Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Iran, Thailand, India, Indonesia and Egypt as well as from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macao.

 

 

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