World Wrap at Fespa next month

The Asia leg of the World Wrap Masters Series will take place in Bangkok next month, at Fespa Asia, where the best wrappers from around the region will showcase their skills to compete to win the title of World Wrap Master Asia 2018.

World Wrap Masters Asia will be one of the main highlights at the event, and the contest is still open for entries. The winner, announced on the final day of the show, Saturday February 24, will proceed to the World Wrap Masters Final at Fespa Global Print Expo in Berlin, Germany, from May 15-18, and will compete against the regional winners from Eurasia, Africa, Europe and Mexico.

For more details about the competition, visit

This year's competition introduces the new World Wrap Masters judge, Vichai Nuchpoom, who has set a goal of using the global competition to help boost the knowledge of wrapping in his native Thailand. Nuchpoom is an expert in the field, with his company, Dang Sticker, regarded as one of the top wrapping businesses in Thailand, having been providing services for more than 40 years.

Visitors to the World Wrap Masters Asia also have the opportunity to network with professional wrap experts, as well as discuss the technical aspects of wrapping. Attendees will be able to enjoy free, live daily wrap demonstrations and workshops from tinting and wrap expert Ole Solskin Ravn who will share practical advice on cutting with knives and knifeless tape, wrapping with chrome, cold pre-stretch and triangles, as well as material considerations.

For more information on Fespa Asia 2018, visit For free entry to the exhibition, register online using code: ASAM802

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