InPrint, the Industrial Print Show, has confirmed strong support from exhibitors. The show is co-located with the manufacturing event Hannover Messe.

Frazer Chesterman, Director of InPrint 2014, said, ‘Interest in InPrint 2014 certainly seems to reinforce the fact that industrial print is deemed to be both an important and exciting area for innovative growth in the future. And InPrint clearly has caught the imagination of the print technology sector. As well as there being leaps forward within inkjet development in industrial applications, according to our research it is equally clear that ‘smart’ screen printing and speciality print also have a considerable level of significance, especially as it is related to astronomical growth within key sectors such as consumer electronics.’

Agfa, Blase, Caldera, Canon, Colorgate, Cruse Spezialmaschinen, DP Solutions, Durst, Ergosoft, Fujifilm, Huntsman, Hymmen, ImageXpert, Impulsa, IMI, Industrial Inkjet, INX Digital, J-Teck, Kala, Kiian, LumeJet, Marabu, Mimaki, Neschen, Printcolor Screen, Sawgrass Europe, Xennia and Xaar have all confirmed their attendance at InPrint 2014 as founding exhibitors, signalling a strong level of support, with a little under one year to go to the launch event.

It is clear from the level of commitment from exhibiting companies so far, that Industrial Print is both a large market and a sector that represents potential for growth, and one that is not threatened by online or new media.