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PRINT4ALL CLOSES WITH ABOUT 21,000 VISITORS

Four days of professional discussion and updating to present the best converting, labelling and printing machines. The Best in Show was awarded the Award that enhances printed products and their producers for the first time.

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Discover all the novelties

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PRINT4ALL CLOSES WITH ABOUT 21,000 VISITORS

Four days of professional discussion and updating to present the best converting, labelling and printing machines. The Best in Show was awarded the Award that enhances printed products and their producers for the first time.

READ THE PRESS RELEASE

Discover all the novelties

Why visit
Why attending
To meet the supply chain

Three souls - Converting, Package Printing, Labelling; Printing & Communication; Industrial Printing - merged into a single proposal that goes beyond the traditional market segmentations and presents the best technologies, materials and solutions of the market in the immediate future.

To be up to date

Workshops, conventions and seminars with an up-to-date focus on sustainability and industry 4.0, the drivers of sector's development. Many business opportunities, qualified training, but also moments to share experiences.

Numbers of the past edition

246

Exhibitors

17

Countries

72%

Italy

28%

International

Visitors' opinions

«Print4All has a wide range of exhibitors, including different technologies, from the most established to the most recent and innovative. A range of products and systems that would make Drupa envious.»

«Print4All is an opportunity to find several industry players presenting news for the all-round printing and converting world. It had been since Drupa 2016 that there had not been a similar event in Europe.»

«Exhibitions are always useful, for direct contact with companies and because it's interesting to see new products and techniques, but also to expand your business in new areas. We have only to learn.»

«I would recommend visiting the event because it is a good mix of the world of printing, packaging but the world of plastic. A meltingpot of new ideas.»

SOURCE: GRS survey