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Pakistan's 1stDigital Printing and Signage Exhibition& Conference- DPS World

digital-printing-600If there is one thing that has moved our local industry lately, this is digitization. Be it in the sector of textile or printing, digitization has revolutionized almost everything. To cater to the increasing demand of the local market, some key digital printing companies have emerged;however, many are still struggling with their luck and remain unrecognized.With so much potential in digitization, there is a need to fill in the gap that exists in the market because many companies are already importing state-of-the-art digital printing machines from China, Japan, Korea and Europe. But that sounds difficult, doesn’t it? Searching for the best supplier, months of negotiations and then locking a deal via an email, argh!

What if all these suppliers gather on one platform and you can actually get a chance to interact with them. This is what Digital Printing and Signage Exhibition (DPS) is all about. It will bring together a number ofdigital printing specialists from different parts of the world so that they can introduce their innovative machinery to the prospect clients in Pakistan who can then use it to maximize their production.

DPS is going to be the first-ever digital printing exhibition in Pakistan to focus on this industry. It’s going to commence on September 4th, 2015 and will continue till September 6th, 2015 at Lahore Expo Centre.

In this three-day exhibition, more than 100 companies with 10,000 delegates and principals from 15 countries such as Austria, China, Germany, India, Italy, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom are expected to participate where they can meet other people from the same fraternity, consult and connect with them and get to know about the latest trends in digital technology to increase the efficiency of their business. Among many exhibitors some of the most respected names from the industry include, Epson, Roland, Mimaki, Durst, MS, SPG Prints and many others.

Hopefully, this one-of-its-kind exhibition will set new standards in the industry and we will see more of such events in Pakistan that will not only promote trade but also a positive, safe and secure image of our country.

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