Successful Labelexpo India in New Delhi
The largest event for the label, product decoration and converting industry in India took place on 8 to 11 December at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Labelexpo India was hailed a great success with 6,054 visitors in attendance, a figure that was up by 27 percent from the show in 2008.
Over 150 international and local exhibitors presented their latest developments in technology and materials, launched new products and gave live demonstrations to visitors during the four days. By the final day major industry players such as Gallus, HP, Mark Andy, Nilpeter, Omet, Rototek and Xeikon had already booked more space and upgraded their stalls for Labelexpo India 2012.
All the stalls were busy over the four days and the visitor traffic very high with local manufacturers, such as Holostik India, Kaygee Loparex, Kurz India, SMI Coated Products, Jesons, MLM, Weldon Celloplast and BST Sayona Automation exhibiting. Multitec ran a number of demonstrations on their stall which were very well attended and well received by the audience. In addition Jandu Engineering Works and Apexrototech Industries, which are both label manufacturers in India, reported great shows and always had busy stalls.
The show achieved its primary role of being the showcase for the label industry in India and the platform for the industry to grow. Many international exhibitors chose Labelexpo India to launch their new products including: Gallus who showed for the first time in India its Gallus ECS 340 granite press; Nilpeter showed for the first time ever its new FB-3300 Servo Build press which was built in India and has a number of features for value-added printing; Omet showcased its Flexy and Flexy-S model ranges which are designed to offer simplicity and ease of use to label converters; Xeikon introduced the Xeikon 3000 Series; Gerhardt unveiled the High Blade Flexi which was one of seven new flexi die innovations the company had on display; and the latest model of the Performance Series line from Mark Andy, the P3 model also made its debut at Labelexpo India, as well as the P5 model also being on display.