Inkjet is a key focus during four-day show in Chicago.
David Savastano, Editor08.27.15
The printing industry has seen many changes at its major trade shows over the years. The general shows, such as drupa, Ipex and Graph Expo, have seen varying degrees of decreasing attendance, while more focused shows such as SGIA and Labelexpo are growing.
Still, the large-scale shows draw sizable interest. For example, Graph Expo 2015, which will be held Sept. 13-16 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL, will have many key suppliers ot the printing industry on hand. While it no longer plays host to most of the major ink manufacturers, a number of ink companies will be showing their latest technologies.
Alphabeticaly, among the ink manufacturers on hand are INX International Ink, Toyo Ink America, EFI, Collins Inkjet, HP, Kodak and Budget Inks. Among the largest exhibitors are Canon USA, Konica Minolta, EFI, HP Ricoh, Xerox, Pitney Bowes, Epson, KBA and Goss International, with all but the latter two on the digital printing side.
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