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drupa 2024: exhibitors from 45 countries already on board

Print Solutions

Some one and a half years before the start of the trade fair, drupa has reached an important milestone: over 100,000 square metres of net exhibition space have already been booked by around 900 exhibitors from 45 nations.

From renowned global players to up and coming new entrants – the list of registered exhibitors is impressive and reads like the ‘who’s who’ of the print and packaging industry along the complete value chain. Well known and longstanding exhibitors like Bobst, Comexi, Duplo, EFI, Epson, Esko, Fujifilm, Heidelberg, Horizon, Koenig & Bauer, Kolbus, Komori, Konica Minolta, Kurz, Landa, Müller Martini, Screen, Windmöller & Hölscher, to name but a few, have registered and will be showcasing their innovations, technology trends, product portfolios and global launches in Düsseldorf from 28 May to 7 June 2024.

At present, Germany is the strongest exhibiting nation among the top 10 followed by such countries as Belgium, China, India, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the USA.

‘Current booking levels and the positive verdict received by exhibitors make us very confident and optimistic – despite the geopolitical and economic challenges – that drupa 2024 will again be the world’s most important industry meeting place,’ confirmed Sabine Geldermann, director drupa, Portfolio Print Technologies Messe Düsseldorf. ‘With around 75% international attendance on the exhibitor side, drupa occupies an outstanding position by global standards. The range, variety and staging of innovations are unique and will once again provide a glimpse into the future of this industry. With ideal prerequisites for exhibitors and visitors to network intensely and drive forward-looking projects.’

Special forums like the drupa cube (conference area), drupa next age (dna), the exhibition area for newcomers, start ups, and young talent alongside long established exhibitors of cross-sectoral technologies as well as the touchpoint ‘packaging’ for visionary and smart packaging solutions, the touchpoint ‘textile’ including the installation of a textile micro-factory, and the touchpoint ‘sustainability’, which is dedicated to sustainability and circular economy themes, all provide highly relevant and valuable insights into tomorrow’s high potential themes at the event.


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