Kylin Int’l Machinery Limited
Address: Xiaohe industry area, Daojiao town, Dongguan City, Guangdong province, China.
|drupa 2012: The focus is on the future of printing|
Like no other trade fair, drupa presents the complete global range on offer: Whether global players or ambitious newcomers, providers from emerging countries or from industrial nations – they are all represented at drupa from 3 to 16 May 2012. The complete fairground with its 19 halls is transformed into the largest printing plant of the world during this time. Here, approximately 1,800 exhibitors from over 50 countries give proof of the versatility and innovation strength of their industry – regardless of whether it is all about newspapers & Co., packaging printing, commercial or functional printing.
The dynamic development of the Chinese printing market is also reflected by the large number of participating exhibitors: With around 11,000 square metres, China’s participation has increased by almost 100 percent compared to 2008.
As the No.1 printing and media exhibition in the world, drupa is regarded as the ideal platform interpreting the industry megatrends. „The future of printing lies very clearly in the areas of packaging, printed electronics (RFID) and digital print with personalisation“, says Dr. Markus Heering, Managing Director of the Association for Printing and Paper Technology in the VDMA. „Especially packaging printing will play an ever increasing role in the future.“
While traditional markets are close to saturation, the printing market in the emerging countries is developing very dynamically. In Asia, the volume has increased from 133 billion Euros to 168 billion Euros; in China alone it has doubled to 49 billion Euros. And these dynamics are not letting up. Market research institutes estimate that the printing volume in China will increase to 70 billion Euros by 2014. Cautious optimism is reflected by the printing and paper industry in the run-up to drupa 2012. Thus – once again – drupa comes at exactly the right time. Many innovative developments coupled with successful business ideas promise the printing industry exciting future perspectives.
In contrast to the last drupa 2008, the suppliers of digital solutions have become even more important and thus clearly reflect the megatrend of digitisation. In the coming year, six halls will show everything concerning digital printing, workflow or web-to-print applications, to just name the most important examples. Companies such as Agfa, Canon, Kodak, Epson, Fujifilm, Hewlett-Packard, Konica Minolta, Ricoh, Screen and Xerox can be found in halls 4, 5, 8a, 8b, 9 and 10. A positive trend can also be seen in the field of post-production; the exhibitors have noticeably enlarged their presentation (e.g. Kolbus).
Other important cornerstones of drupa 2012 are:
· Halls 1 and 2: Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG with its network partners (e.g. Polar-Mohr)
· Hall 3: Printing as well as materials and services (e.g. Leonhard Kurz, Sakurai )
· Hall 6: PrintCity with manroland as well as other exhibitors (e.g. Wohlenberg)
· Halls 10 to 12: Paper processing and packaging supplies production (e.g. Bobst AG, Mitsubishi Paper, Comexi)
· Halls 12 to14: Printing post-production (e.g. Horizon, Müller Martini, CP Bourg)
· Halls 15 to 17: Printing machines and printing post-production (e.g. Cerrutti, Ferag AG, Goss, Koenig & Bauer AG, Körber PaperLink, Kolbus GmbH & Co. KG, Shanghai Electric, Windmöller & Hölscher KG)
Please visitwww.drupa.com for more information.
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