Latest printing technologies to be unveiled in Melbourne next year
June 22, 2012 by Robyn
The latest printing technologies and developments will be on display in Melbourne next year when the next PacPrint trade show comes to the city.
The show, which is only held every four years, showcases some of the best developments in the print industry and allows companies to show their latest products and innovations with their own trade stands. Nearly 15000 people visited the last show held in 2009.
The event is aimed specifically at the print industry in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region and provides a good networking opportunity as well as a chance to see the industries latest developments and to pick up some new ideas.
It is a chance for owners and staff from local print and design based businesses like those in Broadmeadows who might not be able to travel to many trade shows to see developments in person.
PacPrint chairman Ian Martin said the event gave local businesses a chance to see the latest technologies first hand and to see how they could link to their existing business and develop new services to offer their customers.
With a year to go before the event, bookings for trade stands are being taken with big name companies such as Kodak and FujiFilm already booked to exhibit.
PacPrint is scheduled for the 21st to the 25th of May 2013 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.