16th PRINTPACK INDIA scheduled from February 1–6,

2025 With a designated Hall for Sign & LED

Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) announces the much-awaited dates of the 16th edition of PRINTPACK INDIA. The three days of the mega event is scheduled to be held from February 1– 6, 2025 at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, Delhi-NCR, for which an agreement has also been signed with India Exposition Mart Ltd (IEML) on December 2, 2022, at IPAMA Secretariat.


With the successful execution of the 15th PRINTPACK INDIA, which witnessed 487 exhibitors on a net exhibition floor of 25,342 sq m and a record footfall of 1,03,412 business visitors from India and overseas. IPAMA has already raised the bar to organize the exhibition at international standards with modern facilities.

Rakesh Sodhi, President, of IPAMA, said, “It’s needless to say that PRINTPACK INDIA plays an important role in the growth and development of the Indian printing and packaging machinery industry. The expo provides a platform to Indian printing and packaging machine manufacturers for showcasing their technology and competence.”

IPAMA is committed to fulfilling the expectations of the industry and its members, hence organizing this prestigious and important international expo at very affordable rates so that it could remain within the reach of even the smallest companies. The industry is anxiously waiting to take part in the show as both exhibitors and visitors are eager to witness the latest and the next-gen machines and technologies to be showcased.

Rakesh added, “We are excited to start the workings of the 16th PRINTPACK INDIA with our valued partner community. Instead of the two years of the cycle, the next edition is being organized in February 2025 as drupa 2024 is scheduled in May 2024. We want to give equal opportunity to the exhibitors and visitors to explore the technologies both at national and international levels.”

Big business generation

As per the feedback from exhibitors, the business generated during the last edition of the exhibition was highly encouraging. During the 15th PRINTPACK INDIA, the exhibition space was allotted at highly subsidized rates to minimize the financial burden among members who faced the adverse impact of a pandemic on industrial operations in the country. Like the previous edition, the 16th PRINTPACK INDIA will also be organized segment-wise—two halls will be reserved for Label; two halls for Corrugation; one hall for Sign & LED; half hall for the Paper segment; half hall for Screen Printing, and the remaining halls will be segregated for mixed printing and packaging segments.

Booking of space to start soon

Rakesh Sodhi

Exhibitors for the 16th PRINTPACK INDIA will be kept informed, from time to time, about the additions or the changes, if any, relating to the pattern of organization of the expo. The booking of space for the exhibition will also start in a month which will be conveyed to all concerned parties through different modes of communication and also uploaded on different social media channels and the IPAMA website.

IPAMA requests all companies to keep in touch with the officials of the association’s marketing unit for various updates, including space booking, space charges, payment schedule, discounts to be allowed to the eligible exhibitors, and all other
related information. For further info, contact Prashant Vats: +91 9871999384.