China Print 2017, also known as the 9th Beijing International Printing Technology Exhibition, will be held in May, with HP taking up the largest exhibition space.
According to the event’s organisers, the event will be the biggest world’s biggest show this year, and is second in size only to drupa. China Print 2017 includes 1,300 exhibitors covering a total exhibition area of 160,000 square metres, attracting more than 200,000 visitors from all over the world.
The HP exhibiting area is 3000sqm, and just like drupa where it took 6200sqm making it the biggest exhibitor at the show.
Another key draw card will be the exhibition of Benny Landa’s nanography technology. All the major offset and digital print vendors will be at the show including Heidelberg – which has pulled out of every show except drupa – as well as manroland, KBA, Komorio and Ryobi, along with Canon, Konica Minolta, Fuji Xerox and Ricoh.
Held at the New China International Exhibition Center, No. 88, Yuxiang Road, Tianzhu Area, Shunyi District, Beijing, the event is sponsored by Printing & Printing Equipment Industries Association of China and the China International Exhibition Center Group Corporation.
Support for the event is being provided by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of PR China, State Administration of Press and Publication of PR China, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, China Machinery Industry Association, China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Association and the China National Light Industry Council.