InPrint 2017 features strong Conference and Supporting Programme
Monday, November 06, 2017
Press release from the issuing company
From 14 - 16 November 2017, the industrial print industry will meet at InPrint 2017 to view and discuss the latest ideas and technologies in industrial print. In addition to the activities on the exhibition stands, visitors will benefit from a strong supporting programme, including keynote speeches, expert talks, a podium discussion and the innovation awards, making this an all-embracing event for everyone involved in the integration of printing processes into manufacturing lines.
Taking place at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany, InPrint 2017 features 154 exhibitors from 19 countries, all presenting key technologies, components and services in functional, decorative, and packaging printing applications. The exhibition is complemented by a comprehensive supporting programme designed to give additional insights into the latest developments and emerging technologies in speciality, screen, digital and inkjet printing.
Industry professionals will present practical solutions for printing on metal, plastics, textile, glass, ceramics, wood and other surfaces, for example in the production of drinks bottles, cosmetics, packaging, clothing, floorings, tiles and interior decoration.
“InPrint creates a powerful networking and educational forum for the industrial print community. Our exhibitors, conference speakers and industry experts impart a great deal of knowledge on the various production possibilities that can be realised with industrial print technology. We would like companies to be well-informed so they can make good and sustainable choices when it comes to implementing new technologies, complementing existing print lines, or form new partnerships to promote development”, explains Nicola Hamann, Managing Director at the organisers of InPrint, Mack Brooks Exhibitions.
The InPrint Conference Programme: Three Days of Expert Talks and Discussions
Top industry experts will explore the possibilities that industrial print technology is opening up for manufacturing in a range of industries and present a series of case studies and practical examples. Attendees will learn more about manufacturing trends like personalisation of objects, mass customisation, variable data and on-demand production, strategies for implementing new printing processes, the most promising manufacturing markets, and ways to generate new revenue streams.
Each conference day highlights a key area of print applications:
In addition, there will be a wide range of presentations and talks by leading technology providers such as Agfa Graphics, FujiFilm, Global Inkjet Systems Ltd, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, Hinterkopf GmbH, Dr. Hönle AG, Hymmen, Mankiewicz Gebr. & Co. (CYCONJET), Meteor Inkjet Ltd, Mimaki Deutschland GmbH, Roland DG, Tonejet, Xaar and many others. In total, around 70 different sessions and speakers will be presented during the three show days.
All sessions will take place either on the Conference Stage or at the Forum, both located in the InPrint exhibition hall (A6). The full conference programme is available online.
InPrint Innovation Awards: Recognising Excellence in Industrial Print
The InPrint 2017 Innovation Awards, sponsored by Ricoh, acknowledge progressive developments and partnerships that drive important changes in industrial print and manufacturing. The broad spectrum of award entries shows the enormous scope of practical solutions that are currently being developed to open up new opportunities within the production industries.
The two main categories are: “Innovative Partnerships” for forward-thinking co-operations of companies in the industrial print industry, and “Extraordinary Products” for unusual products made using industrial print technologies.
The Innovation Awards Ceremony takes place on the first day of the exhibition, 14 November 2017, at 11.30am on the Conference Stage in Hall A6.
KEY INFORMATION FOR VISITORS
Venue and Opening Times
InPrint 2017 takes place from 14 - 16 November 2017 in Hall A6, Entrance East at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. The opening times are 9am to 5pm on all days. The conference sessions run during all three exhibition days.
How to get there
The Munich Trade Fair Centre on the eastern fringe of the city is well connected to the local transport infrastructure. A regular shuttle bus service to and from Munich Airport will run during the exhibition. Information on various travel options including public transport, special DB train tickets and taxi transfers can be found on the InPrint website.
Registration and Tickets
Tickets can be purchased online ahead of the show to benefit from a reduced price and fast track admission. A Day Ticket purchased online ahead of the show costs €38 instead of €52 on-site, a 2-Day Ticket online €62 instead of €76 and a Season Ticket online can be purchased for €82 instead of €96 on-site. Tickets holders also enjoy access to the InPrint 2017 Specialised Conference as well as the co-located shows „productronica“ and ”Semicon“ (for the duration of InPrint).
Online Show Preview
The official InPrint 2017 Online Show Preview contains concise company profiles of InPrint exhibitors, providing a first insight into the products and services on display in Munich. In preparation for their show visit, visitors can create and print their personalised Show Preview by choosing their top interest categories.
Online Show Planner
The Online Show Planner is a handy tool to effectively plan your visit ahead of the show. Visitors can create, download and print their personal choice of exhibitors including stand numbers and exhibit categories in three simple steps.
For the latest exhibitor list and conference programme, general information on the InPrint event, and to access the Online Ticket Shop, Online Show Preview and Online Show Planner, please visit www.inprintshow.com/germany.
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