Organisers say the four co-located Fespa 2024 events in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in March 2024, look set to deliver a rich experience for speciality printers.
The event has already signed up over 425 exhibiting companies, from 36 countries, for Fespa Global Print Expo 2024, European Sign Expo, Personalisation Experience and Sportswear Pro. Taking place at the RAI Exhibition Centre from March 19-22, the show will present visitors with an array of solutions from exhibitors.
Visitors can expect to see hardware solutions such as wide format flatbed and roll-to-roll printers, screen printing carousels, and a range of finishing solutions from major exhibitors. Confirmed suppliers showcasing products for digital wide format, screen and textile printing include Agfa, Brother, MHM, Mimaki, Roland, Epson, Mutoh and swissQprint.
Confirmed software suppliers include Caldera, EFI, Fiery and Roq, demonstrating end-to-end workflows, automated job onboarding and colour management, as well as a range of consultative services to support businesses on their automation journey.
3A Composites, Antalis, Epson, Hexis SAS, InkTec Europe and Orafol Europe number among the companies presenting media and consumables, with a focus on recycled/recyclable and sustainable alternative materials and environmentally conscious inks.
Diverse range of products
Michael Ryan, head of Fespa Global Print Expo, says, “One of the biggest differentiators of the Fespa events is the truly diverse range of products on show.
“We focus on solutions for speciality print businesses, including graphics producers, textile and industrial printers and visual communications specialists. Fespa delivers a concentrated experience where visitors can find everything they need in one space.
“The show includes signage, personalisation solutions and technologies for sportswear production. This enables visitors to immerse themselves in an abundance of creative and commercial opportunities that are directly relevant to their business.”
The European Sign Expo 2024 exhibitor commitment has already outstripped the 2023 event. Organisers say that visitors can expect to see a wide range of solutions for sign making and visual communications from over 85 confirmed suppliers. Delegates can explore products for channel lettering, digital and dimensional signage, engraving and etching, illuminated displays, out of home media, LED, outdoor systems, laser cutters and sign tools.
International suppliers at Personalisation Experience include Antigro, Kit Builder, Mediaclip and XMPie, demonstrating software for customisation design and variable data marketing. Tajima Europe, PunchCloud OU and ZSK Stickmaschinen will highlight the latest hardware and art services for embroidery.
At the inaugural Sportswear Pro, delegates will see solutions for direct-to-garment, direct-to-film, sublimation, and heat transfer printing, as well as embroidery and laser cutting.
Registration for Fespa Global Print Expo, European Sign Expo, Personalisation Experience and Sportswear Pro is now live.