‘2nd Printech Bangladesh 2022’ and ‘3P Bangladesh’ exhibitions kick off in Dhaka
Printing Industries Association of Bangladesh (PIAB) together with ASK Trade and Exhibitions Pvt Ltd is organizing the second edition of Printech Bangladesh 2022, an International Printing Machinery, Parts and Consumables Technology Exhibition from 8th to 10th September 2022 at International Convention City Bashundhara, concurrently with 3P Bangladesh, an international trade fair related to paper, plastic and packaging held jointly with Futurex Trade Fair and Events Pvt Ltd of India.
Organized by machine buyers and technology users, Printech Bangladesh 2022 presents an ideal platform to source from local and international suppliers for all verticals of the printing industry in Bangladesh, whether it These include offset printing, digital printing, sublimation printing and textile printing. Press release.
3P Bangladesh is a trade show for interconnected industries focusing on materials, machinery and allied products related to paper, packaging and plastic.
Nearly 100 companies participate in this twin exhibition under one roof.
The information was revealed during a press conference held today, September 7, in a city hotel in the capital.
It is important for your business to stay up to date and meet customer demands. Keeping abreast of emerging technology is important to modernizing and growing your business.
Printech Bangladesh 2022 is a platform created by technology leaders to showcase their latest product offerings.
A visit to the show is an opportunity to see emerging technology in action as well as spot new innovations that will improve your productivity, quality, diversity and efficiency.
Shahid Serneabat, President of Bangladesh Printing Industries Association said, “Our industry is gaining momentum post covid and Printech Bangladesh 2022 will meet the needs of our members who want to grow, upgrade or upgrade. to diversify “
“It has been over two years since we have been able to do shows in the country due to covid, we are doing a restart. The response from exhibitors has been encouraging. It will be very useful for visitors to attend many new innovations in printing, plastics, packaging and paper,” said Tipu Sultan Bhuiyan, Managing Director of ASK Trade and Exhibitions Pvt Ltd.
At present, the printing industry has become an important organ of the national economy of Bangladesh.
The development of infrastructure, modern technology and technical know-how, installation of the latest world famous machines, including multi-color printing machines, make the printing industry an important sector in the national economy.
Today, about 7,000 printing houses are operating across the country, of which nearly 2,000 printing houses can be considered modern and technologically up-to-date.
The current market size of the printing industry is over Tk 4,000 crore per year, of which 160 crore is for export.
In addition, about 300,000 people are engaged in this sector.
Mohammad Zahurul Islam, Secretary General of the Printing Industries Association of Bangladesh (PIAB); Nanda Gopal Kadambi, Director of ASK Trade and Exhibitions Pvt. ltd. ; Asadus Jaman, Managing Director of Images Group; Amin Helali, vice president (acting president) of FBCCI and Hasina Nawaz, former vice president of FBCCI were present at the press conference among others.
The event is supported by Indian Printing Packaging and Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA), All India Plastic Industries Association and Indian Paper Corrugated and Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Association.
The lounges will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.