After five months, exhibit sales for InPrint USA: The International Exhibition of Print Technology for Industrial Manufacturing is seeing strong interest with over a third of exhibit space sold. The second edition of InPrint USA is scheduled for April 9-11, 2019 at the newly renovated Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville.
InPrint USA is the leading exhibition for new technological breakthroughs across many industrial printing fields, including specialty, screen, digital and inkjet solutions. Exhibitors from around the world will showcase equipment, tools, and services for printing on metal, plastics, foils, textiles, glass, ceramics, woods and other substrates in an individualized and cost-efficient way. The main product categories include:
• Machinery and printing systems
• Print heads, screens and other special parts
• Ink, fluids and chemicals
• Materials and substrates
• Hardware and software solutions
• Pre-press devices
• Equipment for processing and finishing (cutting, pressing, molding, etc.)
“What sets InPrint USA apart from other trade shows and industry conferences is the quality of the exhibitors and attendees to the show,” says Scott Einsig, Sales Engineer for Engineered Printing Solutions (EPS). “Attendees to the show are treated to a wealth of practical experience and will make invaluable connections with the most innovative players in this emerging market.”
“We are looking forward to debuting one of our newest products, that specifically focuses on the inkjet industry," said Samantha Rosenfeld, Marketing Coordinator for KRÜSS USA. “When KRÜSS was first informed about InPrint 2019, we were very excited about all of the people the event would bring together within the United States. Since our product line is diverse and has a lot of opportunities within the industry, we were eager to reserve our spot alongside a wide variety of other exhibitors.”
“InPrint USA is generating a lot of interest with exhibitors very quickly because the show is highly curated, making it one of the most efficient events around,” said Kevin Jackson, Exhibition Manager for InPrint USA. “Attendees find solutions and technology specific for their unique industrial print needs and exhibitors have a tightly segmented audience to buy their products and applications.”
EPS saw the benefit of attending InPrint USA in 2017, where it showcased direct-to-shape inkjet printing capabilities. “We’ve already seen strong demand for our BottleJet cylindrical inkjet printer,” says Julian Joffe, President of EPS. “And our new high-speed XD-360 cylindrical inkjet printer is also generating strong interest. We’re selling them as fast as we can make them.”
InPrint USA will again be co-located with ICE USA, the International Converting Exhibition, in 2019. ICE USA is the leading converting exhibition showcasing the latest equipment and technology from all key areas of converting like web coating, laminating, slitting, rewinding, coating, pouch making and more.
More than 3,300 verified registrants attended the co-located shows last April 2017.