FESPA China Set To Transform Print Businesses


FESPA China 2015 will open its doors from 21-23 October 2015 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, with exhibitors ready to help printers ‘find their key to success’. There are over 400 exhibitors participating in the third edition of the FESPA China event, demonstrating digital wide format, screen and textile printing technologies.

Several exhibitors have shared their highlights ahead of the event: Kiian Digital (Stand N1166) will launch the latest product in their range of sublimation inks, Digistar Evo, as well as inks designed for Ricoh print heads. J-Teck3 (Stand N1064) will present J-LUX, a new series of dye-sub inks with superior light fastness designed for polyester substrates, and particularly suited to applications such as fashion, home decoration, sportswear, flags and banners. Microtec (Stand N1361) will be showing its two flagship products: Wunderboard HD Aluminium Photo panels, and APEX UV Printers which are designed for industrial bulk production, while Inkcups Now Corporation (Stand N1028) will demonstrate Tagless Printing: pad printing of neck labels directly onto garments.

‘We are anticipating another buzzing event when FESPA China opens its doors on October 21st,’ commented Roz McGuinness, FESPA Divisional Director. ‘With exhibitors bringing their very latest equipment to the halls, those visiting cannot fail to discover applications and technologies which will help them to grow their business.

‘Visitors will be able to combine their time in the halls with attendance at educational sessions which will give them insight and inspiration into how to evolve in a rapidly changing market,’ continues Roz. ‘We know from previous events that this combination works very well for the Chinese market and are anticipating another successful day where printers learn a lot of useful information.’

Also at the exhibition, Ole Solskin, FESPA World Wrap Masters Judge, will be demonstrating the latest car wrapping techniques in the Vehicle Wrap workshop. Visitors will have the chance to try wrapping themselves, and they will also be able to experience T-shirt screen printing in the dedicated workshop with screen print guru, Charlie Taublieb.

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