Graphic Arts Show Company Announces Prominent Participation In Drupa Event
Press release from the issuing company
January 5, 2004 -- Reston, VA - Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC), producers of GRAPH EXPO and CONVERTING EXPO, GUTENBERG FESTIVAL, GRAPHIC ARTS THE CHARLOTTE SHOW, VUE/POINT Conference, and the huge international PRINT events, announced today that they will "produce activities that will have major impact" on the print communication community at the upcoming drupa show in Dusseldorf, Germany.
"NPES and GASC serve the international graphic communications community, and drupa is a major gathering of the worlds graphic arts professionals. We intend to take advantage of the opportunity to provide members of the international printing equipment community all the background information and statistical analysis they need to maximize their efforts at the upcoming PRINT 05," noted Regis J. Delmontagne, president of GASC.
GASC will work in conjunction with NPES The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies (NPES), to build awareness of the U.S. Print market. PRINT 05 representatives will occupy a display within the North American Pavilion, booth 14-4, located in Hall 15 at the massive Messe Dusseldorf complex along with other key U.S. exhibitors, including C&P Microsystems, GMS Machinery, INC.JET, Newspapers & Technology, Post Press/Covercrease USA, Printer's Repair Parts, Printing Research, Reed Business Information, PVC Spiral Binding, Rutherford Graphic Products, Scheffer, Sunraise, Superweb, Therm-O-Type, Tobias, U.S. Paper Counters and the U.S. Commercial Service. NPES will participate with a space in Hall 9.
Both GASC and NPES have participated in the drupa event in prior years, and have never failed to attract interest in their U.S. activities. International exhibitors seeking information on a full range of U.S. market opportunities at PRINT 05 will find a ready source by visiting either the NPES or PRINT 05 displays at drupa.
PRINT is produced by GASC every four years, and is the largest, most comprehensive exhibition for the graphic communications industry in the world those years.
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