More than 100,000 people attended this year's All in Print China trade show in Shanghai.
The five-day October show was a record-breaker, occupying an exhibition area of 110,000 m2 - a third more than the previous one - and with 1030 local and international brands, was the world's largest comprehensive printing exhibition, organisers say.
More than 100 forums, technical exchanges and conferences, took place at the same time, including the intelligent printing-themed World Printing and Communication Forum.
During AIP Indian Day, president of All India Federation of Master Printers Raveendra Joshi led a party of more than 200 industry colleagues from India.
Organisers Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai) say the seven AIP exhibitions held since 2003 have seen it develop into the most influential professional exhibition for the Chinese printing industry. "As a platform for exchanges, cooperation and demonstration, AIP will help the development and progress of China's printing industry and support China's move from being just a large printing country to a powerful one," said a spokesperson.
The 8th All in Print China will be held at Shanghai New International Expo Center from October 12-16, 2020.
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