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Fespa Global Print Expo 2022

Ahead of the much-anticipated FESPA Global Print Expo 2022 in Berlin, Rob Fletcher asks: “Why should sign-makers and industry professionals from the UK consider attending the exhibition?”

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Michael Ryan, head of FESPA Global Print Expo, FESPA

Experience print in motion

This year’s campaign motto for the FESPA Global Print Expo 2022 is ‘Experience Print in Motion’. It highlights how, despite facing two years of uncertainty and business disruption, our industry continues to evolve and progress.

And this is more important now than ever. So, we’re encouraging visitors to focus on recovery, look to the future and explore how new investments could drive exciting opportunities for their businesses.

I believe that FESPA Global Print Expo 2022 is the place for printers and sign-makers to regain business momentum, by getting a close-up view of the latest technologies, seeing how the supporting consumables perform, picking up trends, and networking with entrepreneurs who have experienced the same challenges.

I believe that FESPA Global Print Expo 2022 is the place for printers and sign-makers to regain business momentum

This year, visitors can access thousands of products under one roof from over 325 international suppliers. There’s also a strong educational programme set to inform and inspire visitors on trends including sustainability, interior décor and vehicle wrapping.

The beauty of a live event is that you never know what you might uncover.

So, whether it’s investing in a new product that enhances your business offering, discovering a new application opportunity, or exploring new trends, you don’t want to miss the chance to ‘Experience Print in Motion’ at FESPA Global Print Expo 2022.

I look forward to seeing you in Berlin!

Production excellence
Peter Bray, Managing director, Durst UK and Ireland

All signs point to FESPA 2022 meeting a weakened Covid scenario, where we can finally talk business again. Especially with the current economic situation and the different challenges that we face with the supply chain and the increasing energy costs, sustainability becomes a key factor of success.

We all need to think more about solutions for a more sustainable world. Print can be an essential part of this development, and FESPA is a fixed point in the universe of print. In this respect, experiencing print in motion means new, sustainable business models for our customers and us.

We started an online campaign ‘P5 Production Excellence’ around our current and future P5 portfolio, consisting of our innovative printing systems combined with Durst software solutions and Durst ink portfolio.

We all need to think more about solutions for a more sustainable world

With P5 Production Excellence we pursue the holistic solution to make the production cycle as efficient as possible, from pixel to output. At FESPA we will present the P5 platform that convinces in every printing environment with high flexibility and versatility, which, combined with Durst software solutions maximises printing production.

And we will show for the first time at FESPA our Durst Label & Flexible Packaging RSC platform as a possible portfolio extension for large-format printing customers.
Additionally, we will also have Vanguard as co-exhibitor on our stand and use FESPA as the official Europe launch.

We are really looking forward to FESPA, to Berlin, to present our Production Excellence portfolio, and above all, to finally seeing partners and customers live again.

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