Labelexpo India Show Attracts 5,000 Visitors

NEW DELHI, INDIA | The India Label Show, which took place on December 3-6, 2008, at Pragati Maidan New Delhi, attracted nearly 5,000 visitors from India, Europe, Australia and the Middle East. As part of the Labelexpo Global Series, the exhibition had almost 200 exhibitors with a variety of working machinery on display.

Live demonstrations from Nilpeter, Gallus, Gidue, HP, Jandu, Rotatek, and Weldon Celloplast, among others, ran continuously throughout the duration of the show. This provided visitors with an opportunity to see the latest technology in action, ask questions and expe rience the entire label workflow first-hand.

In addition to the exhibition, the India Label Show ran conference sessions on the first three days of the show. The conference was chaired by industry veteran Mike Fairley and Andy Thomas, managing editor of Labels & Labeling. It explored the most important subjects in the label community, including brand protection, the future of digital technologies, end user requirements and successful print buyer/converter partnerships.

The panel discussions had a mix of end users, designers, converters and suppliers; there was a lively discussion from the floor as label experts reviewed challenges facing the label industry in India and pondered on best solutions for suppliers, converters and designers to jointly deliver a successful product for the end-user. Brand owners, including Colgate, Moser Baer, Unilever, Ranbaxy, among others, made a very valuable contribution to the debates.

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