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Ta g h l e e f I n d u s t r i e s N e w s
Label Expo Asia 2011
once again showcased
the emerging label
market in the Asia
Pacific
region
by
bringing
together
hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of attendees from around
the world. As the continent’s largest event dedicated to the label,
product decoration, web printing and converting industry, the
event took place at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre
(SNIEC) on the 29 November and 2 December 2011.
The show exceeded all previous statistics in attendee and exhibitor
numbers and many senior executives visited, confirming the
importance of the event and the market in Asia.
In total, 18,019 top level visitors attended this year’s show - an
increase of nine per cent over 2009’s show. Labelexpo Asia also
boasted 270 exhibitors (up by 21% on 2009) and attracted the
highest level of space rebooking for 2013 as exhibitors enjoyed high
levels of onsite sales of machinery and materials.
Roger Pellow, Labelexpo managing director comments: “As the
third biggest player in the global market, the Chinese label industry
is continuing to go from strength to strength. As the region’s largest
event, we’re certainwe can build on the success of 2009’s exhibition
with even higher visitor and exhibitor figures. With the Asian
industry experiencing such vigorous growth and diversification, it is
pivotal that we again provide printers and manufacturers with the
perfect platform to do business, learn about the latest advances
in technology and applications and hear about ways in which they
can maximize profits while driving down costs.”
Ti Exhibited at Label Expo Asia 2011
With countless live machinery demonstrations, Labelexpo Asia
2011 also featured a comprehensive, educational conference
program where visitors could hear from high profile speakers,
key suppliers and learn from a series of illustrated customer case
studies.
Ti
Australia showcased the leading applications in this market by
focusing on the IML and PSL products - presenting a Global image
for the
Ti
group. Alongside these applications it was also the first
time a Global label portfolio was launched into the market.
With Asia being a new market to the Group, emphasis on the
Global aspect of
Ti
was a high priority in being able to discuss
and provide various options available to a customer - such as
security of supply, manufacturing options and of course new
developments in R&D.
On thebackofmanynewleads andopportunities, theChinamarket
is a really exciting place to be. With the increasing popularity of
events like Label Expo, the packaging industry is certainly moving
quickly and in the right direction, so it is important that the
Ti
brand is quickly established within the market.
AUSTRALIA
The
Ti
Team