Visit The Sign Africa East London Expo This Week


The Sign Africa East London Expo, taking place at the the East London ICC on 15 February 2017, will feature many business opportunities for visitors to explore, such as: all aspects of wide format digital printing, garment decoration, screen printing and signage and allows visitors to explore the latest technologies and trends right in their own city. The Sign Africa expos are sponsored by Roland and Mimaki.

Products experts from various leading companies, including platinum sponsors Mimaki and Roland as well as Fujifilm, Midcomp, Kemtek Print Solutions, SA Argus, Graficomp, Epson, Red Hand Sign Supplies, Chemosol and CNC Tag to name a few, will advise you on the latest and most relevant products to help you grow your business.

The popular Speed Wrap Challenge will be held at the event. Contestants will race against the clock with 10 minutes to wrap a vehicle door to the best standards. The top three contestants will win great cash prizes. This event is brought to you by platinum sponsor Roland, vinyl sponsors Grafiwrap (distributed by Maizey Plastics) and Ri-wrap (distributed by Red Hot Media) together with silver sponsor Graphix Supply World. For more information and to register, visit:

Printing SA will hold a Member’s Forum at 11am on their stand at the expo, addressing training in the printing and packaging industry. Non-members are welcome to attend. RSVP to

For more information, and to register online, visit:

Upcoming Sign Africa expo’s include:

East London: 15 February, East London International Convention Centre.
Cape Town: 15-16 March, Cape Town International Convention Centre.
Durban: 19-20 April, Durban ICC.
Zambia: 8-9 June, Mulungushi International Conference Centre.
Johannesburg: 13-15 September, Gallagher Convention Centre.

Sign Africa
Tel: (+27 11) 450 1650
Website: http://www.signafricaexpo.comSign Africa Johannesburg Expo

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