China International Exhibition for All Printing Technology & Equipment (All in Print China) is one of the most influential exhibitions in China's printing industry. The exhibition, co-organized by the Printing Technology Association of China, China Academy of Printing Technology, and Messe Düsseldorf (Shanghai) Co., Ltd, has seen seven successful sessions since 2003. Over the past decade, All in Print China has been focusing on the frontier technologies of the world printing industry, not only creating an exhibition platform for the global printing enterprises to promote transaction between suppliers and buyers, but also providing prime opportunities for printing professionals to make international exchanges, and boosting the exchange and dissemination of new technologies, hence being named "the Oriental Window of World Printing Industry".
All in Print China is committed to providing new opportunities for innovation and momentum for sustained development of printing industry. China's printing industry is accelerating the pace of development featuring "green, digitalization, intelligence, and integration" on its way toward a printing powerhouse. All in Print China shoulders to lead development of China printing industry and promote its technical upgrading, with the purpose of building an integrated platform for exchange and promotion of the new technology, products and materials in the printing and packaging industry. All in Print China is well positioned to make greater contributions to development of the world's printing industry.
Total print volumes are forecast broadly and unchanged at 49.5 trillion A4 sheets between 2019 and 2024. During the same period overall value will increase at 1.3% year-on-year in real terms, from USD818 billion in 2019 to USD874 billion in 2024.
Paragon has acquired the DG3 Europe business from its US parent, adding a range of omni-channel marketing and high-end sheetfed litho and digital printing kit to its roster as a result.
Koenig & Bauer (K&B) has raised the scale of its sustainability ambitions and goals with a new group strategy and outlined details on how it aims to continue its transformation from a traditional machinery manufacturer to “an agile technology group”.
Since April 2019 when the booth application of All in Print China 2020 was started, many new and old exhibitors have booked the booths. By the middle of July, 65% of the booths have been booked, occupying 70,000 sqm.
After more than 10-year development, All in Print China has already grown into a comprehensive exhibition with high professionalism and internationalization.
On the afternoon of April 10th, the 8th All in Print China Kick-off Press Conference was held in Dongguan to announce the official launch of All in Print China 2020.
The first press conference of the 7th All in Print China was grandly held on May 10th 2017 in Beijing, at which announced the official initiation of the preparation work of All in Print China 2018. Mr. Chu Tingliang, President of China Academy of Printing Technology, Deputy Director of The Printing Technology Association of China, presided the conference.