Following the successful 2014 launch and continued growth of the InPrint: Industrial Print Show in Europe, FM Brooks of the Mack Brooks Exhibitions Group is launching InPrint USA. The industrial printing show will feature cutting-edge technologies in industrial inkjet printing, screen printing, specialty printing, digital printing, and 3D printing.
The first InPrint USA show will take place April 25-27, 2017 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
Since 2014, the InPrint Show in Europe has been providing a high-quality exchange of ideas for the development of industrial printing technologies for a diverse range of industries, including packaging, pharmaceuticals, automotive, aeronautics, consumer electronics, and interior decor.
A recent survey FM Brooks conducted in partnership with I.T. Strategies showed that demand for industrial printing technology has accelerated worldwide, particularly in North America.
“North America is one of the world’s most important manufacturing regions and a market leader in the field of industrial printing,” explains In Print co-founder Frazer Chesterman.
Companies that have already reserved space on the show floor include Heidelberg, Fujifilm, Thieme, Sensient, Mimaki, Wikoff, Nazdar, Phoseon Technology, TTP Meteor, INX Digital, SPT, Kuei, Metis, Colorgate, ImageXpert, DPS Innovations, and Alchemie.
“Heidelberg supports the launch of InPrint USA 2017,” says Jason Oliver of Heidelberg. “At InPrint 2015 we showcased Heidelberg’s direct-to-shape technology, the Omnifire 250, and generated a huge response. We expect the same kind of response at InPrint 2016 in Milan for the launch of the Omnifire 1000. The U.S. marketplace is significant both in its size and it innovative culture. We believe our technology will suit the fast developing nature of the market. InPrint is an event that is needed in order for us to connect our ideas and technology to the right kind of people —those focused on industrial print.”
InPrint USA will be co-located with ICE USA, an event dedicated to the conversion of paper, film, foil, nonwovens, and other flexible web-based materials in the Americas.”
For more information about InPrint USA visit http://www.inprintshow.com/usa or contact Mack Brook Exhibitions by phone at 777-358-0330 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
To get a taste for the type of information to be covered, visit the Industrial Printing blog or download one of the white papers available from the organizers of InPrint USA. Recent white papers have covered topics such as “Why Is Industrial Printing Booming?” and “What is Industrial Printing?”