The seventh All in Print China (AIP 2018) recently closed with record results in Shanghai: 1,030 national and international exhibitors showcased printing technology trends and developments on almost 1.2 million square feet of exhibit space (34 percent increase compared to the last staging) to 100,933 visitors. With these figures, All in Print China was the world's largest comprehensive printing exhibition in 2018, according to Messe Dusseldorf North America, a U.S. subsidiary of Germany's Messe Dusseldorf, an organizer of international trade shows. 

With the theme “Enter the Era of Intelligent Printing," AIP 2018 was designed according to the “7+3” plan, covering all segments of the industry. These included seven pavilions with classic themes: digital pre-press, comprehensive printing, post-press converting, packaging equipment, label industry, ink and innovative materials as well as  comprehensive/packaging. New were three special areas: flexible packaging equipment, corrugated box equipment and spray printing equipment. The AIP organizers also set up two special zones, the Innovation Factory and the Intelligent Factory.

The 8th All in Print China will be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Center from Oct. 12-16, 2020.

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