The Print Show 2018 attracts significant early interest
Shortly after announcing The Print Show’s move back to Birmingham’s NEC on 18th-20th September, 2018, Link Exhibitions, the organiser of event,has reported ‘significant’ early interest, with a number of companiesalready signing up to exhibit.
This year’s event, which was staged at the International Centre in Telford, attracted praise from all quarters and, such was its success, that first-time exhibitor HP signed up for 2018 while the 2017 event was still in progress.
One of the other leading names set to return in 2018 is Signmaster Systems, which provides a range of print solutions from some of the industry’s biggest brands.Director Lucy Ratcliffe commented: “We are exhibiting simply because we believe 2018 is going to be a great year; we’ll have new courses, new products and a brand new website that we are keen to show off.”
Another company that has already committed is Vivid Laminating Technologies, which has supported The Print Show since its launch in 2015.
The finishing specialist enjoyed a successful event this year, when it showcased a number of technologies on its stand, including its new Matrix Omni-Flow feeder, whichcan laminate and foil up to 1,000 sheets unattended.
Also attending in 2018 is Ribbon Writer, which, as its name suggests, supplies products capable of printing onto ribbons. Based in Bromsgrove near Birmingham, the company is the sole distributer of Ribbon Writers and its consumables.
In addition, Jenton Group will seek to capitalise on the increasing interest in the packaging market and will be showcasing its packaging, UV and converting technology, while Intec Printing, another long-term supporter of the show is also likely to appear at the event again in 2018.
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