Members associated with the Indian Printing Packaging and Allied Machinery Manufacturers Association (IPAMA) conducted a road show in Madurai on Friday and interacted with industrialists and media about “Printpack India 2013”, a six-day expo on printing and packaging technology to be organised in Greater Noida.

According to C. P. Paul, General Secretary of IPAMA, Tamil Nadu is one of the major hubs of the printing and packaging industry. The expo will be an opportunity for those in business to assimilate new technologies, he further said.

“We will have banking facilities at the expo so that people can book the machines and take finance on the spot. Exhibitors from India, Germany, Japan, China and Italy would exhibit machines”, he added. The 11{+t}{+h}edition of Printpack India is scheduled from February 23 to February 28 and as many as 350 exhibitors are likely to participate. The last edition had 50,000 visitors and this year at least 70,000 visitors are expected, said Mr. Paul. For registration and other details visitwww.print