Sepas planning to build on previous Gulf Print sales
Press release from the issuing company
Dubai UAE, 30 (December 01, 2008) :-Sepas Industrial Printing is expecting further sales growth of their pad and screen printing machinery at the upcoming Gulf Print exhibition, running at the Dubai Airport Expo centre in April.
Several new models of pad and screen printers produced by the manufacturer will be on display at the Sepas stand at Gulf Print – allowing customers to experience first-hand the range of new products available to the marketplace.
“At the last exhibition we secured around 5 new contracts - making our participation extremely worthwhile. The sustained growth in demand we are experiencing from across the Middle East printing industry leads us to believe we will surpass this figure at the 2009 event,” said Sayed Ahmad Ashraf Aletaha, Managing Director of Sepas Co.
Sepas Co’s range of screen printers is used by manufacturers across the Middle East for flat and round service product printing including cosmetics and chemical containers and drinking glasses. Sepas Co’s pad printing machinery range is also applied to a wide range of product printing from shampoo bottles through to shoes and syringes and drink caps.
“Exhibitors such as Sepas Co find Gulf Print and Gulf Pack a valuable format for getting close to the region’s market. Not only will this show provide significant networking and sales opportunities but the addition of the Thought Leadership Conference will also provide a forum for discussion of issues that affect the printing and packaging industries in the region,” said Sue Rothwell, Group Event Director, Fairs & Exhibitions – organisers of the Gulf Pack and Gulf Print exhibitions.
Sepas currently operates from two locations in Iran plus a branch office in the UAE’s Ajman Free Zone with plans to further expand throughout the Arab world.
Sepas Co will be located at stand E239 at Gulf Print 2009, which will run alongside Gulf Pack 2009 at the Dubai Airport Expo Centre from April 6 – 9, 2009. For further information, visit www.gulfprint.info.
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