Sign India 2022 New Delhi receives overwhelming response
BUSINESS LIVE, a B2B exhibition organiser from Chennai, has successfully concluded the New Delhi edition of Sign India 2022 which receives an overwhelming response from trade visitors. Held from April 15-17 at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, the show pulls a crowd of more than 8000 visitors from Delhi-NCR and other parts of north India.
Sign India boasts of its editions in different cities viz. Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, New Delhi and Mumbai. Every edition of the expo is widely acknowledged for being a prolific networking point for trade visitors to decide for new machine and business ventures. Moreover, the expo is the right platform for exhibitors to showcase their latest products and innovations. New Delhi 2022 edition of the expo witnesses a host of crowd-pulling exhibitors, such as Caldron Graphics, HP India, JX Enterprises, CDI (Colors Digital India), Benson Polymers, True Colors, Lisco, Mehta Cad Cam, Skycut (Om Trading India), Britomatic India, and others.
Main crowd pullers
Crowds at the Sign India New Delhi 2022 consist of some heads and managers of leading companies. All the trade visitors at the show were overwhelmed with the products on showcase and ideas shared among the visitors and exhibitors. Caldron Graphics at the show presented a whole gamut of its machines, comprising CJ and HP. Rajat Mitra, Director, Caldron Graphics, mentions that the market is now opening up gradually and it’s time for a comeback.
Sun Sign & Technologies, a regular exhibitor at Sign India, sheds the spotlight on the newly launched Starflex SUNSIGN-ESBL-230 translite backlit film. Deepak Gupta, Director, Sun Sign and Technologies, says that the new backlit film has been approved by SAMSUNG for internally illuminated and backlit displays. JX Enterprise showcases a line of highly versatile Gongzheng (GZ) printers, which they solely distribute in India. “These GZ printers are the value for money machines and our customers grow from one level to another with these versatile machines,” says S Varun, Manager, JX Enterprise.
Lisco Systems is yet another authorised Gongzheng (GZ) distributor in India. “Our key highlight at the expo is a line of our popular Gongzheng systems including GZM 3200KM, GZM HD906EI and GZM 32045G,: says Yatinsinh Vaghela, Managing Director, Lisco Systems Pvt Ltd. Daksh Enterprises, a leading manufacturer of fibre and metal cutting machines and others showcases its existing portfolio. Preeti Choudhary, Branch Manager, Daksh Enterprises, says the market is open now and there is high chance of recovering the business lost during the lockdowns.
Benson Polymers demonstrated a gallery full of Polyfix instant finishing glues and adhesives at the expo. Sarang Nirwan, BDO, Benson Polymers Ltd, says it’s quite exciting to see the revival of the market after two years of pandemic lull. True Colors at its stall presents a line of its existing solvent, eco-solvent and flatbed printers. “We are open to help our customers to regain their lost business in the post-pandemic times with our highly production printers,” Saurabh Sehdev of True Colors.
Sign India New Delhi 2022 turned out to be a platform for unpacking new launches. Among the companies which introduced some impressive machines and technologies during the three-day expo include Jinzhao, Umpire Technologies, Hari Krishna Arts, and others. Surender Singh, Director, Guangdong Jinzhao Industry Co Ltd, says, “We are quite a young player in the Indian market. Our product portfolio includes a range of high-end and affordable CNC routers, laser engravers, etc. Let’s wait and watch where we are heading to after sometime.”
Umpire Technologies, one of the leading manufacturers of CNC and laser engraving machines in India, announces a string of upgraded machines. Mahesh Purohit from Umpire Technologies says the product portfolio includes a range of upgraded CO2 laser marking machines and CNC routers. Hare Krishana Arts, one of the prominent innovative sign makers from Ludhiana, pulls crowds to its line of high-quality and affordable printing and fabrication jobs.
SS Industries, one of the regular participants in the expo, pulls crowds to its world full of Imagination, Innovation and Design. “We are creator of innovative signage of all promotional display systems, under our brand Signovate,” says Sahil Sachdeva, Creative Head, SS Industries. Om Trading India is yet another crowd puller at the show. “We present a whole gamut of Skycut machines—cutting plotters, laser engravers, solvent & eco-solvent and dye-sub systems,” says Deepak Gupta, Director, Om Trading India.
SS Infotech, a leading distributor of MIMAKI vinyl cutters, demonstrates a line of affordable entry-level machines. Sonu of SS Infotech says Sign India is an ideal expo to connect with the right customers. Britomatic India, under its BritJet brand, demonstrated a line of products including Allwin printers. Sumit Dev, Director, Britomatis India Pvt Ltd, remarks optimistically that the market is now quite normal for resumption of business in normal momentum.
CMT is yet another exhibitor at the expo showcasing a string of CO2 laser marking machines, routers and plotters. S Anand, Marketing Manager, CMT, says that the expo invites the right kind visitors who are focused and a business-oriented host. D-Kit Media showcased the world of innovative graphics that can be created using the company’s premium printing materials. Jhoti Mahajan, Director, D-Kit Media Pvt Ltd, emphasises that the main motto of the company is to deliver unconventional media for extraordinary display graphics for both indoor and outdoor applications.
RK Corporation demonstrated its line of CNC routers and laser engraving machines at the expo. Kuldeep Singh from RK Corporation says the physical expos are coming up and it shows the sign of recovery in the market.
The next edition of Sign India 2022 will be held at Chennai from June 17-19, 2022.