Next year’s PacPrint trade show, slated for Melbourne in May, has received a welcome thumbs up from Cyber, the New Zealand and Australian distributor of Ryobi presses and a host of finishing solutions.
Bernard Cheong, managing director of Cyber Australia and New Zealand, believes PacPrint offers suppliers and their clients opportunities that don’t come every day. He says, “For us, PacPrint is a premiere show in an important market for the Cyber group of companies.
“This is an event where everyone in the trade can get together to showcase products that have relevance for our industry. It allows us to get out of our daily hustle and bustle and look into the future. So instead of always working in their businesses, our clients get to work on their businesses. For instance, they can review their existing business strategy, develop new ways to grow the business, or make it more profitable by embracing technology.”
David Taylor, general manager Cyber New Zealand, sees PacPrint as a major event in for the industry. He says, “We are committed to continuing our investment in the industry and that is a way that we can help our customers remain profitable, by sharing the latest solutions and innovations with them.”
Cheong says that at PacPrint 2013, Cyber will promote opportunities for print businesses to improve their margins by encouraging good environmental practices. He says, “Print companies can grow their business by reducing waste, power consumption, plate usage, space and by streamlining their production workflow. They can produce more with fewer resources.”
PacPrint will run from May 21-25 next year at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.