Messe Düsseldorf cooperates with IPAP Tehran ‎

 
Publish Date : Monday 11 June 2018 - 19:33
 
 
IBNA- Sun City (Shahr-e Aftab) Complex in Tehran will host the 2nd Iran’s Printing and ‎Packaging Industry Exhibition (IPAP) which will be held in cooperation with Messe ‎Düsseldorf in Germany on October 11-14.‎
 
CEO of Barsaz Rouydad Pars, Hamed Irani which has organized the 2nd Iran’s Printing and Packaging Industry Exhibition (IPAP) in Tehran told IBNA that this event will be held as a follow-up to the successful experience of the 1st edition of IPAP.
 
“We are trying to hold this exhibition in three specialties of print and the related machinery, machinery of packaging industry and packaging products. The event will be attended by a number of the most prestigious companies and activists of print and packaging in Iran and world,” he said.
 
“The Iranian representatives of print and packaging industry unions from the provinces such as Khorasan, Isfahan, Qom, Semnan, Kerman and others would have their own stands at the exhibition and we participate at the special meetings which have been planned,” CEO of Barsaz Rouydad Pars added.
 
Irani further said: “Several unions of print and packaging industry from countries such as Spain, Italy, Germany, China and Turkey will send their representatives to participate at the exhibition.”
 
The 2nd Iran’s Printing and Packaging Industry Exhibition (IPAP) in Teheran targets all suppliers along the entire value chain for printing technologies - from prepress/print, premedia/multichannel, postpress, converting and packaging, materials, equipment, services and infrastructure.
 
Shahr-e-Aftab complex is Iran’s latest and biggest exhibition center. Conveniently located between Tehran City and the international airport with access to several highways and public transportation connections, it offers 1.3 million square feet of exhibit space in 16 halls.
 
The central location also allows visitors from neighboring states such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan, which have traditionally maintained close commercial ties with Iran, to visit the exhibition.
 
 
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