2,755 visitors from 60 countries attended InPrint 2019 in Munich, 12-14 November.
136 companies from 22 countries exhibited at the show, which aims to get innovative print technology and capability in front of those in various manufacturing sectors.
“At this year’s InPrint Munich we could see that the industrial print sector has developed further and is moving forward in the right direction. The industrial print community has clearly emerged from its experimental phase, now offering effective solutions,” said Nicola Hamann, managing director of organiser Mack Brooks Exhibitions.
In 2020 InPrint will be held in Milan, Italy, 22 - 24 October, and will co-located with Viscom Italia. It will return to Germany, to Munich, in 2021.