Currie books monster PrintEx stand

Currie Group has booked the largest ever PrintEx stand, more than twice the size of the next largest, as other big names join the exhibitor list for next year’s trade show.

Currie Group marketing manager Matt Tangey says the display will include everything from prepress workflow, to digital print, embellishment and automated finishing in an ‘exciting, fully integrated environment’.

Co-hosts GAMAA and the PIAA say the list of exhibitors, which now includes recent signups Agfa Graphics, Dainippon Screen, DES, and Ferag, indicates strong interest eight months ahead of the exhibition.

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Currie executive chairman David Currie says the company’s involvement in PrintEx is part of it continued investment in the industry.

“PrintEx is the only printing exhibition in 2015 and will be a fantastic opportunity for Sydney locals, interstate and overseas visitors to see the latest solutions,” he says.

It will have a new look this time around as it will co-locate with Visual Impact at Sydney Olympic Park May 13-15.

Agfa recently confirmed its place at next year’s exhibition to connect with the wider industry and showcase their expanding product range.

Managing director Mark Brindley says: “PrintEx15 will be an important destination for decision makers and an ideal environment for us to demonstrate our products, we’re very pleased to be on board.”

PrintEx chairman Phillip Rennell says the growing list of leading exhibitors underlines the importance of the exhibition and also the range of equipment, systems and services which will be on display.

“Bringing the industry together under one roof is what shows like PrintEx are all about,” he says.

“It is the chance to see, compare and contrast offerings from the industry’s leading suppliers, discuss options and offers with the people behind the products, and to catch up with colleagues and industry friends, which will deliver the greatest value.”

The list so far includes Agfa Graphics, BJ Ball, Dainippon Screen, DES, Ferag, Kayell, Minipack, Trimat, Pelican Artline, Konica Minolta, Neopost Australia, Bottcher, Optimus, Tharstern and DSM Kalker.

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