With the fast development of digital technology, the integration of “traditional printing” and “digital printing” and the continuous improvement of printing processes, today's printing industry has not only introduced many new products and innovations but also created new modes of operation and industry directions. At the same time, new business opportunities in digital, package and functional printing will become the driving forces for the application of new technologies.
All in Print China 2014 will showcase these printing technology advancements and trends on more than 860,000 square feet of exhibit space, providing a global communication platform for this technological transformation. Exhibit categories will include prepress equipment and software, printing equipment, package printing equipment, post press converting and finishing equipment as well as prepress, printing and post press auxiliary equipment, parts and components and printing consumables such as paper, inks and plates, etc.
A record 55,586 visitors from 99 countries attended the last staging of All in Print China in 2011. The 629 exhibitors from 20 nations occupied 742,700 square feet of exhibit space and represented regions from all over the world. With these results, All in Print China 2011 was the most influential printing trade fair in China that year.