16th PrintPack records 81% booking, focus on packaging

After a successful edition in 2022, IPAMA who are the organisers of PrintPack India have informed the WhatPakaching? team that more than 81% space has been booked at the India Expo centre. The 16th edition of PrintPack will be held from 1-5 February 2025.

05 Apr 2023 | By Aditya Ghosalkar

351 companies have confirmed their presence at PrintPack 2025 within two months

Rakesh Sodhi, the president of IPAMA said, “We are striving to make PrintPack a next-level exhibition. Our purpose is to benefit the Indian machine manufacturers who are working hard for the growth and development of the Indian industry.”

PrintPack has specific halls which will be reserved segment-wise. Readers of WhatPackaging? will be interested to know that there will be specialised halls for labels, corrugation, packaging, paper and paperboard. In addition, there will be halls earmarked for screen printing, signage and LED and the rest of the printing segments, including digital, offset, and allied machines.

IPAMA has reserved all the available exhibition space at India Expo Centre, which has 51,000-sqm of gross space. The total usable space of the halls on the ground floor works out to 26,000-sqm, out of which around 21,000-sqm space has already been booked by the exhibitors. Since the stands have not been allotted, the calculation is based on the area booked by the exhibitors in the last edition of PrintPack. Therefore, only 5,000-sqm of usable space is available for allotment to the prospective exhibitors. 

The details of the 351 companies have been uploaded on the IPAMA website along with the priority numbers. The priority numbers are generated on the basis of the bank statement, containing the date and time of the receipt of the token amount, duly certified by the CA of the association.  

The 16th edition of the PrintPack exhibition will be held at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, on 1-5 February 2025.

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