With over 600 exhibitors from 21 countries, the 5th All in Print China, China International Exhibition for All Printing Technology & Equipment, is sold out. Exhibitor registrations have been strong ever since the online application opened in April 2013 and by the end of the year exhibitor space requests already surpassed the available exhibit space. Jointly organized by Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai), the Printing Technology Association of China and the China Academy of Printing Technology - with the support of Keyin Print Media China and the Shanghai Printing Trade Association, All in Print China will be held from November 14 - 17, 2014 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.
Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai) is the subsidiary of Messe Düsseldorf, renowned as the organizer of the world’s leading international trade fair for the printing sector – drupa, held every 4 years in Düsseldorf, Germany.
As one of the most influential printing trade fair in China, All in Print China 2014 will provide a global communication platform for the latest printing technology developments, including prepress equipment and software, printing equipment, package printing equipment, post press converting and finishing equipment as well as prepress, printing and post press auxiliary equipment, parts and components and printing consumables such as paper, inks and plates.
In addition to all the individual exhibitors, All in Print China 2014 will feature country group exhibits from Germany, Italy, Taiwan and the U.S.
The visitors at All in Print China 2014 will come from the following sectors: commercial newspaper, label, business forms and book printing, retail and manufacturing and graphic arts as well as from repro houses, publishing, finishing and converting companies, advertising and design agencies, direct marketing and PR agencies, multimedia/Internet publishing marketing and PR agencies, paper and envelope manufacturers and government, financial and educational institutions.
A record 55,586 visitors from 99 countries attended the last staging of All in Print China in 2011. The 629 exhibitors from 20 nations occupied 742,700 square feet of exhibit space and represented regions from all over the world.