PrintEx fills an important gap, not only for the Sydney marketplace, but as a showcase for new technologies and product upgrades which are constantly being introduced - Grant Churchill, chairman, PrintEx07.
Now being presented for the third time, PrintEx is firmly making its mark as an important addition to the printing and graphics industries calendar, taking place in the intervening year between editions of the four-yearly Melbourne-based Pacprint.
“PrintEx fills an important gap, not only for the Sydney marketplace, but as a showcase for new technologies and product upgrades which are constantly being introduced,” says Grant Churchill, chairman, PrintEx07.
Ninety exhibitors have already confirmed their participation in the 2007 event, covering a wide range of businesses from all sectors of the industry. Heidelberg, Adobe, Cyrachrome, Fuji Xerox, AGFA and Epson Australia are just a few who have benefited from their participation in the past, who will once again be exhibiting at PrintEx in 2007.
“With companies planning their involvement this far out, we are confident that once again we will have well thought-out and managed exhibits from a tremendous cross-section of the industry which will be educational and inspiring for our visitors,” says Churchill.
PrintEx07 will take place in Halls four, five and six, Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour from Thursday May 24 - Saturday May 26, 2007. Graphic Arts Merchants Association of Australia (GAMAA) and the Printing Industries Association of Australia (PIAA) present the exhibition.