The 24th South China International Exhibition on Printing Industry (Printing South China 2017)

China's Best One-Stop Print-to-Pack Industries Expo
2017-03-01 - 2017-03-03
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Marketing Communications Department
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852 2516 3363
852 2516 5024
Printing South China, situating in Southern China for 24 years, has evolved as a unique one-stop sourcing platform covering a full spectrum of exhibits from printing, packaging, labelling to packing products. Printing South China upholds the ideas of Automation, Intelligence, Efficiency, Green and Innovation and aims at providing professional printing and packaging industry practitioners, end-users companies, and materials suppliers with innovative machinery and business solutions for industry transformation and upgrading.
Attendee information
- Commercial Printing / Publishing / Newspaper / Output Centres - Packaging & Printing Companies - Paper Products Processing Factory - Paper Box/Hard Box/Carton Factory - Multimedia/Internet Publishing - Advertising & PR Agencies / Design Houses & Direct Marketing Agencies - Printing Services Company  - Print Industry Experts - Multimedia/Internet Publishing - Government Agencies and Financial Institutions - Import/Export Corporations - Industry Publications - Education/Research/Consultancy - Trade Associations & Publications
Exhibitor information
- Pre-press System & Software - Digital Printing & Proofing System  - CTP Technologies & Equipment - Offset Printing Equipment & Machinery - Label, Flexor & Gravure Printing Equipment - Screen Printing Equipment and Materials - Special Printing Equipment - Inkjet Printing & Signage Production Technology, Equipment & Accessories - Package Printing - Post-press Finishing Equipment & Services - Paper Converting Equipment / System

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