New business impetus surfaced at Sign India 2021 in Hyderabad
After a gap of more than two years, BUSNESS LIVE brings back the in-person edition of Sign India with comprehensive showcase of the most advanced products and technologies. Exhibitors as well as trade visitors appreciated the show for providing the right platform for new business impetus that had been lost for a long time due the ongoing pandemic.
Sign India 2021 was held from December 10–12 at Hitex Exhibition Center, Hyderabad. Some of the key players in the signage and graphic arts industry showcased a gamut of products and technologies which are designed to help in reviving business.
JX Enterprises demonstrated Gongzheng GZH Series solvent printers which are economical and versatile for outdoor and indoor applications. Varun S, Manager, JX Enterprises, said the BUSINESS LIVE has brought back the zeal of physical event after a long gap. In the similar tone, H Mohammed Fazil, Managing Director, Vibgyor Creations India, said the Sign India 2021 at Hyderabad is the right platform to interact with potential trade visitors. Vibgyor Creations’ stand at the expo showcased a line of best-in-class environment friendly and customisable POP/POS systems from the Brazilian company Display Flash and many other display solutions.
Colors Digital India (CDI) was among the league of crowd pullers at the show. The company’s stall demonstrated a series of affordable systems like, XEDAi 3200 eco-solvent printer, MegaJetUV printer, etc.Tejinder Singh, CEO, Color Digital India (CDI), said the company’s main motive is making easy entry for new comers into eco-solvent/UV printing so that they can avail the opportunity and make the most of it. Mototech Systems showcased a complete range of machines including its widely acclaimed PixelJet Series UV printers, Mimaki 160 JV3 as well as RICOH ProC5300C. “We are grateful to BUSINESS LIVE for such as prolific show with outstanding footfall of trade visitors. More than five deals have been signed during the expo,” said Manoj Kumar Garg, BusinessHead – Monotech Systems Limited.
Opening a new horizon of business opportunity, Hi-Tech Systems demonstrated a line of advanced machines including OKI 9542, which is designed for ultimate high-impact graphic arts and light production use in high quality CMYK plus high density white-undersingle pass printing. Parag Shah, CEO, Hi-Tech Systems, emphasised that the OKI system is a versatile machine to diversify into new applications for PSPs. Unique Sign Innovations showcased a crowd-pulling XenosR180 UV flatbed hybrid digital printer and others including Keuondo. Mohamed Ali, CEO, Unique Sign Innovations, said the expo connected with them with around four trade visitors who are ready in invest in the UV printers.
LIPI Marketing showcased a line of cost-effective and highly versatile machines like Mimaki UJV-100 and others inclusion Flora. In this respect, Mathew Varghese, CEO, LIPI Marketing, said the market is now in need for innovative applications and advanced machines. “Our message to the industry fellows is about choosing the right machines to speed up the slow market pace,” he added. APSOM Infotex/Colorjet played vital role in offering versatile choices machines for PSPs to migrate into UV printing. The machines on showcase at the show included ColorjetSoniQ HQ and other popular systems like Colorjet Vulcan Prime,Colorjet Neptune, Roland VersaExpress, among others. Jovi, Channel Manger, APSOM Inotex, said that the range of machines they showcased signifies sustainable solutions for PSPs in the unprecedented times.
Other key exhibitors at the show included an sure, Vibgyor Technologies, OSUM, PRK Sales, Srivastav Print Systems, Newclear Technologies, Vishwanath Enterprises, among others.