International Exhibition on Printing and Allied Machinery

The Ministry of Commerce and Industries along with the Ministry of MSME and the Ministry of Urban Development, Govt of India announced the 9th International Exhibition on Printing and Allied Machinery Industries (PAMEX 2013) will be held during Thursday Nov 14th – Sunday Nov 17th 2013 at India Expo
Centre & Mart, Greater Noida Expressway, NCR Delhi, India.

PAMEX 2013 is the only dedicated international event for the Printing & Allied Machinery Industries in Asia. The event shall showcase cutting edge technologies from world wide solution providers, across categories from Pre-Press to Post Press and every thing in between.

This international exhibition cum conference shall provide an outstanding platform for the exhibitors to do business and interact with technology providers and buyers, besides helping the industry to explore all the recent development in the global printing market.

PAMEX 2013 shall host about 258 exhibitors from 22 countries. Approximately 26,000 business visitors including 61% directors, Senior Managers and Technical Engineers from various parts of the country and abroad are expected to appoint distributors, locate foreign buyers or explore the possibilities for Joint Ventures.

India is poised to be number one in the world for printing by 2015 because of low cost and ready to adopt new technology. The scenario is changing in the Indian Printing Industry, wherein world is showing a decline in the growth/ performance. The country’s printing market, currently valued at US$12.1 billion, is projected to reach US$20.9 billion by the year 2013.

With the support of 58 print industry affiliate associations and over 2, 50,000 members from all over India, PAMEX 2010 is expected to attract quality footfalls from India and neighboring countries with over 300 focused exhibitors including ancillary suppliers spread over 15000 sq meters and over 40,000 visitors gracing the occasion.

The ink/s market is estimated to be US$356 million and is projected to grow by 78%. The substrates market is pegged at US$4000 million and has a phenomenal growth projection of 72% by 2011 and the market would thus be close to US$7000 million.

The other consumables market which today stands at US$155 million is also expected to witness tremendous growth of almost 70% (All figures are gathered from industry sources and are approximate rounded values).

The 9th edition of India’s internationally acclaimed exhibition of the printing and allied machinery Industries shall be hosted and organised by All India Federation of Master Printer with the support of the Indian News Paper Society (INS) and the Federation of Indian Publishers besides others.

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