July 15, 2024
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FESPA Global Print Expo Will Open Its Doors From March 19

FESPA will open the doors to its annual FESPA Global Print Expo, co-located with European Sign Expo, Personalisation Experience and Sportswear Pro and will run from March 19–22 at RAI, Amsterdam.

“Various events will support visitors to unlock new opportunities in speciality print, signage, personalisation and sportswear,” FESPA said in a press release.

Participating companies include Brother, Mimaki, CarbonQuota, ROQ and Stahls, SwissQprint, AGFA, Berger Textiles, PrintFactory and Roland are amongst the list of over 525 confirmed exhibitors.

According to FESPA, over 75 new product launches have already been announced, including DTG printers, cutters, sustainable materials and consumables.

Within Sportswear Pro, attendees can explore solutions for the entire sportswear manufacturing process, from design and production through to decoration.

Exhibitors in this section include Ara NV, Ricoma International Corporation, Orafol Europe, Aisten Lab Technology and more.

On the 21 March, Sportswear Pro will also feature a one-day conference programme of expert-led discussions delving into sportswear trends, the future of the industry, nearshore manufacturing and more.

In Hall 5, European Sign Expo will focus on opportunities throughout the signage and visual communications industries.

With 115 confirmed exhibitors, including software partner Navori Labs and textile frame partner EFKA, the 2024 event is set to be the biggest yet.

In Personalisation Experience, visitors can explore the latest customisation-enabling solutions from suppliers including Antigro Designer, Universe Production, Shirt Industries, Kit Builder and PunchCloud.

A one-day conference programme will run alongside the exhibition on 20 March, where expert speakers will discuss the future of personalisation, on-demand production and role of AI in customisation.

The new Digital Signage Lounge will be delivered in partnership with Navori Labs and Apametal, highlighting recent innovations in digital signage and demonstrating how it can be aligned with print.

Also new, Personalise Make Wear will showcase the end-to-end production of personalised sportswear and sports-related merchandise across four workflows.

Sustainability Spotlight will display an array of environmentally conscious graphic and textile alternatives, each with its own information card.

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