The Print Show continues to gather momentum
Link Exhibitions, the organiser of The Print Show, which will be making its inaugural debut on 13th-15th October at Birmingham’s NEC, has announced that further major companies have comfirmed their participation at the event.
Designed to celebrate all facets of the print industry, including everything from industrial print to wide-format,the show’s aim is to provide a cohesive platform for the manufacturers and suppliers of equipment and materials to showcase their latest products.
With companies such as Ricoh and Konica Minolta having already confirmed their presence at the event, Link Exhibitions has now revealed that print industry heavyweight KBA will also be joining ManrolandSheetfed to represent companies operating within the litho print area.
Commenting on his company’s decision to exhibit, Andrew Pang, Managing Director of KBA UK, said: “The Print Show will enable us to communicate our key messages to the market, as well as providing an opportunity for us to show our latest equipment solutions.”
He added: “The financial structure of our sheetfed division is very robustand we have refocused our UK operation to deliver the levelof partnership and support that printers require in today’s more challenging business climate.”
Another new signing that joins a host of other digital print companies,is EFI, which will use its presence at the exhibition to demonstrate some of its latest printing technologies, as well as its wide range of software solutions. Elli Cloots, Senior Product Marketing Manager at EFI, said: “The UK has always been a very buoyant marketplace for us and The Print Show will enable our British customers to experience integrated total solutions without having to travel too far afield.”
Also confirming its attendance at the show is Intec Printing Solutions, which will launch its new Intec CP3000 MFP complete digital colour printing press,as well as showing its range of technologies suitable for applications such as packaging and booklet printing.
Ian Melville, the company’s Managing Director, said: “The show will definitely offer something different and we hope that visitors will use it to research new complementary areas of operation that will help them to grow and develop their businesses.”
Yet another new signing is wide format supplier PrintMAX, which will be exhibiting in partnership with Mimaki. Michael Bolton, Managing Director of PrintMAX, commented: “ The event will provide visitors with an invaluable opportunity to see a broad spectrum of solutions in one place, which is ideal for both those who are actively looking for new kit to enhance their operation and those who simply want to research further business possibilities.”
PrintMAXis planning to showcase Mimaki’s CJV150 print and cut option as well as itsUJF-6042 direct to object printer, working in conjunction with the CFL-605RT compact flatbed cutter. The company also promises that visitors to its stand will be able to enjoy unmissable show offers, together with a host of live demonstrations.
For further information visit: www.theprintshow.co.uk