All in Print China 2014 Closes to Successful Results
Monday, December 01, 2014
Press release from the issuing company
With 680 national and international companies on an unprecedented 882,600 square feet of exhibit space, The 5th All in Print China trade fair recently closed in Shanghai to very successful results. The 4-day event attracted a record 61,820 visitors and 106,653 visits – each an 11% increase compared to the 2011 staging. With the topic “Inspiring Vision of New Printing Era”, All in Print China 2014 featured the latest printing technologies focusing on industry innovations and reconstructing.
On the first day, visitor participation amounted to 24,208 attendees - an increase of 30.45% compared to 2011 (18,557). Among these were 20,990 Chinese visitors (26.01% rise in contrast to All in Print China 2011) and 3,218 foreign visitors (69.37% increase). More than 150 Chinese and 40 overseas visitor delegations from countries such as the U.S., Korea, Australia, India, the Philippines and Malaysia attended the trade fair.
Intelligent and green printing highlights
The exhibition featured numerous highlights, including new product releases – especially smart production and eco-friendly concepts. With the largest exhibition area of 21,500 square feet, Canon displayed its brand new strategy of digital printing named “Digital Printing, All in Canon”, and published 8 digital printing products covering multiple product lines. Fuji Xerox presented Versant 2100 Press, its new color digital printing system. On the second day of the show, Fuji Film released the inkjet digital printer JetPress720SB2. Konica Minolta debuted its bizhub PRESS C1100/C1085 while DINGA showcased RYOBI 924 and Mitsubishi v3000. Fascinating products, innovative technologies and crowded exhibition halls contributed to positive sales. HP and other exhibitors sold numerous machines and equipment during All in Print China 2014.
Exhibition and conferences combined
The exhibits at All in Print China 2014 were supported by a series of conferences. On each show day, conferences with different topics addressed the future of the printing industry. The main forum “2014 Global Printing Summit Forum" & "14th Forum of Asia Pacific Graphic Art” brought together experts from the printing industry associations from 5 countries in the EU, the Asia-pacific region and the U.S., providing an international vision. At the main technology forum “China International Printing Innovation Summit”, world leading suppliers from China and abroad informed about their new technologies, achievements and applications. In addition, topics such as industrial changes and trends as well as innovative technologies and industrial applications were discussed.
The "Digital Printing in China" Tech Summit Forum and the "Canon Delighting You Always - Keyin Cup" Award are the most authoritative and professional ceremonies in the digital printing industry and at the 7th contest this year, 168 companies (518 works) participated. Considered the “Academy Awards in label field”, the “Sun Cup” Asia Label Awards Ceremony and the "Global Label Technology Summit Forum" provided a top-notch stage for label technologies. The 4th Green Printing Seminar was also part of All in Print China 2014 - sharing the latest green printing technologies and promoting innovative printing companies as well as green printing equipment and technologies.
All in Print China’s Success
Started in 2003, All in Print China has become one of the most influential exhibitions for its industry in China and the world. Serving as a platform for communication ideas and new developments, All in Print China significantly contributes to the progress and the future of China's printing industry.
The 6th All in Print China is scheduled for October 18 – 21, 2016 in Shanghai. For further information on visiting or exhibiting at All in Print China 2016, contact Messe Düsseldorf North America, 150 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 2920, Chicago, IL 60601. Telephone: (312) 781-5180; Fax: (312) 781-5188; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Visit our web site http://www.mdna.com.
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