IBNA– On the sidelines of a visit to the 23rd International Exhibition of Printing in Tehran, Culture Minister Reza Salehi Amiri stated that that the Iranian print Industry has found its way out of recession.
According to IBNA correspondent, at the opening ceremony of the 23rd International Exhibition of Printing, Packaging and Related Machinery held on December 25 in Tehran International Permanent Fairground, attended by Seyyed Reza Salehi Amiri (PhD) also gave details about the formation of a committee to inspect printing and packaging violations.
As well as the Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance, Director of the exhibition Ahmad Abolhassani, President of Printing Science and Technology Association Mohammad Bitarafan, and a group of experts and professors in the field of printing and printers attended the ceremony.
After visiting Atrak, Assan Tak, Celpack, Safa and other Iranian printing and packaging companies, Salehi said: “Those active in printing industry are hardworking individuals and fortunately the printing industry has shown very good mobility nationwide to the extent that about 10 thousand workshops and printing complexes are currently working.”
“Printing craftsmen today have been quite successful at home and have recorded a number of productions in their work file, Salehi Amiri continued,” he added.
“The industry can support all internal requirements, and it is now on the verge of exporting its products to European countries. In addition, the