Happy exhibitors prove success of Sign India 2023 New Delhi

BUINESSLIVE Trade Fair successfully concluded the 39th edition of Sign India at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, with every single exhibitor expressed their satisfaction over the overwhelming response they receive from trade visitors. Impressively, visitors to the show were not only from Delhi or north India but far flung cities and towns of India.


As the footfalls of around 10,000 serious and focused trade visitors from all over India thronged to Sign India 2023, many of the exhibitors said they have seen quite a new development at the New Delhi edition of the show. Almost every one of them sealed one or more deals of their machines and products during the expo’s three crowded days.

ColorJet Group, showcasing its ever demanded and popular VERVE Mini, POLO Turbo, with a crowd-pulling scheme called Printer Lagao, Free Printhead Pao (Book Printer, Get Free Printhead), sold more than 50 printers during the expo. Umang Singhal, VP & Business Head, ColorJet Group, said they are quite excited about receiving such an overwhelming response and deals they have sealed during the expo. Introducing ENZO 3200 RR UV roll-to-roll, Mehta Cad Cam Systems showcased a portfolio of printers, CNCs and engraving machines. “This edition of Sign India is quite impressive as it pulls the right crowd and we are happy to finalise some bookings right on the show floor,” tells Shailesh Mehta, MD, Mehta Cad Cam Systems Pvt Ltd.

With the showcase of three new printers viz Caldron Macan UVDTF-310, Q1 X3-160, CJ-300-200, and others bundled with SAi Flexi RIP software, Caldron Graphics pulled crowds. Rajat Mitra, Director, Caldron Graphics, said the expo has tremendous improvement over other erstwhile editions. In the similar tone, Girvir Singh Negi, Director, Negi Sign Systems & Supplies Co. also said the New Delhi edition of Sign India this year has impressive volume of footfalls. Negi Sign Systems & Supplies Co. showcased its NEGIjet Glen Series UV hybrid printer, Mutoh Xpertjet 1641, 1682 3R Pro, and others.

Sun Sign & Technologies rolled out some of its flagship products from StarFlex, e-Power and many others. Deepak Gupta, Director, Sun Sign & Technologies, said the expo pulled a good number of heterogeneous crowds from all over India. Riyaz Siddiqui from Kheizer Sign mentioned that they received tremendous enquiries on the company’s flagship K-ben channel letter bending machines and Yongli CO2 laser tubes. Daksh Enterprises unpacked a new CO2 laser engraving machine as one of the key showcases at the expo. Sanju Kumar Bamel, Manager, Daksh Enterprises, mentioned that a good number of highly potential trade visitors turned up at the expo.

Promoting its brand ‘MonoJet’ under which a range of printers, laser engravers and others are produced, Mono Sign Systems attracted crowds during the show. Manish Aggarwal, Director, Mono Sign Systems, said that Sign India has been increasingly gaining popularity with good footfalls. Colors Digital India (CDI) successfully launched its SAPPHIRO-JET UV flatbed for direct printing on sunboards and sunpack sheets. Tejinder Singh, CEO, Colors Digital India (CDI) Private Ltd, said they chose Sign India 2023 New Delhi as the right platform to unveil the new UV hybrid machine.

JX Enterprise attractively demonstrated two flagship products— Gongzheng Thunderjet AC1802UV and C Plus. Varun S, Manager, JX Enterprises, asserted, “We are totally overwhelmed by the way serious trade visitors responded to our products on display.” Similarly, Neerav Goswami, MD -Technical, AT Inks, said it would be grateful for them to get in touch with columns of serious trade visitors during the expo. Kao, a futuristic ink brand, in collaboration with Digital Innovations showcased the quality and versatility of the (Kao) inks. Namarta Sharma from Kao appreciates the expo for drawing highly focused visitors.

Lisco Systems demonstrated four of its key Gongzheng GHZ systems. Yatinsinh Vaghela, Director, Lisco Systems Private Limited, stated that unlike other erstwhile editions, this New Delhi edition of Sign India 2023 has been visited by right visitors who eventually booked a couple of their machines. As always, Bit-Bang, which manufactures disruptive signage solutions that bring animated life to static glow signs, pulled crowds to its stall where unveils some innovations. “Our innovations offer multiple animations of any size, any shape, and any LED to be animated,” mentions Lakshay Nanda, Director, Bit-Bang.

ADS LED introduced some new reliable and cost-efficient products, such as Prism & Power MAX LED modules, at the expo. “We are always pleased to present some new and innovative products at Sign India,” remarks Zakir Vohra, Director, ADS. On the other side, Britomatics pulled crowds to its presentation of a line of Allwin printers and others. Sumit Dev, Director, Britomatics India Pvt Ltd says the expo pulls a tremendous crowd in this edition.

2Getherz, revealing some of its finest range of innovative products, stood unique among the exhibits. Pramjeet Singh, Business Executive of 2Getherz, stated that they are connecting with new customers through well-attended expos. Sumit Gupta of Umpire Technologies stated that Sign India 2023 New Delhi is turned out more vibrant than expected in terms of footfalls.

SS Infotech, a sole supplier of Mimaki vinyl cutting plotters, sealed a number of deals during the expo. Suarabh Singh, Proprietor, Orbest Tech, informed that they also have sold a number of machines right from the day one of the expo. Similarly, Deepak Gupta of Om Trading India, supplier of Skycut machines, mentioned about the booking of their machines done during the expo.

A host of other exhibitors who sold machines and elated with the heavy footfalls at the expo consists of Success Technologies, Aman Enterprises, Harpreet Graphics, Jyotsana Enterprises (Inks), Sign Tech-India, VN Technology, HSM Technologies, Anand Plastics, Lords Digital Systems, Unique International, CB Technologies, among others.