Next summer, screen printers and digital-imaging specialists from around the globe will gather in Berlin, Germany for the FESPA 2007 exhibition. The event takes place June 5-9 at the Messe Berlin.
“The Power of Imaging” is the focus of this event for screen printers, digital-imaging professionals, and related specialty graphics producers. Attendees will have a chance to view the latest developments in screen-printing and digital imaging technologies for decorating textiles, electronics, signs, glass, ceramics, and more.
“With more than 500 exhibitors and visitor numbers hitting record highs, the phenomenal success of FESPA 2005 is a clear sign to us that FESPA as an event continues to strengthen its foothold as the premier global event for the screen/digital large-format industries,” says Frazer Chesterman, exhibitions director.
FESPA 2007 will feature two additional halls to accommodate the demand by screen-printing suppliers for bigger booths. “We have increased our target for FESPA 2007 by 2000 sq m to 28,000 sq m, and judging by our experience to date, there is more than sufficient interest in the market to meet this,” Chesterman says.
Some of the companies that have already committed to the event include Afga, Autotype, Avery, Fimor, Fujifilm Sericol, KIWO, Saati, M&R, MHM, Mutoh, Sakurai, Sefar, Spandex, and Thieme. For more information, contact FESPA, 7a West St., Reigate, Surrey RH2 9BL, United Kingdom, 44-1737-240788, fax: 44-1737-240770, Web: www.fespa2007.com.
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