Sign India 2024 Mumbai proves yet another successful show

Hosting a league of exhibitors comprising all big players, BUSINESSLIVE TRADE FAIRS successfully organised the Mumbai edition of Sign India 2024 from February 22 – 24 at Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC), Goregao (E), Mumbai. Key showcases of newly unpacked products and announcements overwhelmed the three days of the ever expanding exhibition.


More than 8,000 trade visitors from west India and other parts of the country thronged the Sign India 2024 Mumbai. Some of the eminent industry leaders such as NEGI Sign Systems & Co presented its ever demanding MUTOH XpertJet models (such as 1682 SR Pro), MUTOH H1641SRPro, Brother GTX Pro and others that pulled crowd. Girvir Negi, Director, NEGI Sign Systems & Co, said every edition of the expo pulls focused crowd. ColorJet demonstrated a string of its key Roland products alongside a Dimense Gallery. Aditya Dadu, GM, ColorJet India Limited mentioned that the show witnesses good footfalls.

JX Enterprise demonstrated two key products—GZN AC16015 and Thunderjet AC1802UV. Varun S, GM, JX Enterprise commented that Sign India is gaining fresh traction in every edition. Colors Digital India (CDI) ran live demos of its newly launched CDI Eco-Pro and RTR printers. Tejinder Singh, CEO, Colors Digital India (DCI), stated that Sign India is the right platform to demonstrate new products.

Caldron Graphics at the expo announced its collaboration with Chenbang Ink Company for state-of-the-art 25,000 sqft factory at Greater Noida in Delhi-NCR. Rajat Mitra, Director, Caldron Graphics, said the facility is poised to play a crucial role in reproducing and bottling inks in the same quality of Chenbang inks. Celebrating its 30 Years Anniversary, AT Inks showcased industrial printing inks. Kamlesh Joshi, President- Manufacturing, AT Inks said the inks are for laminate decors, PVC decors, etc.

In the consumable section, Sun Sign & Technologies, as always, made dazzling demonstration of a premium range of Starflex, SENFA and other materials. Afford Digital Inks also demonstrated some of its premium FlexJet UV inks. KAO was another show-stopper with its presence at the stalls of Digital Innovations and others.

Among the exhibitors who sealed some deals during the show, Silicon Infotech sold a HandTop Hybrid system to Mumbai-based AtoZ Digital Print. Krunal Jivani, Business Partner, Silicon Infotech said it’s always good to be at Sign India expo. Another big deal sealed at Lisco Systems. Yatinsinh Vaghela, Director, Lisco Systems Private Limited, revealed the selling of a GZN 32065SG to Navi Mumbai-based First Marketing Services. B&R Digitals too celebrated the multiple selling of its acrylic cutting systems. Rajeev Bhaskaran. Founder-CEO, B&R Digitals, mentioned they sold more than 12 machines during the show.

Another big crowd-puller at the show, Mehta Hitech Industries Limited demonstrated a huge portfolio of its popular machines comprising Gloria AX 1530, Eva-II, Erica-30, Prince 32041SK, Rex 1325, Crown 32065K, Bruno 1802… perhaps the biggest showcase at the expo. Shailesh Mehta, Director, Mehta Hitech Industries Limited, asserted that Sign India is improving in its every edition.

Yet another show-stopper at the show was Kheizer Sign showing its flagship K-Bend letter bending machines, Yongli CO2 laser tube, etc. Waleed Siddiqui, son of Riyaz Siddiqui, said the expo attracts the right crowds from all over the country. Other key exhibitors at the show were HSM Technologies, Wonder Signs, SIL, Parekh Multi Services, Inone, Lords Digital Systems, Art Junction, TechNova, Khodiyar Enterprise, Britomatics India, Benson Polymer, among others.

Next three editions of Sign India 2024 will be held at Hyderabad (April 19–21, HITEX Exhibition Centre); Chennai (June 28–30, Chennai Trade Centre); and New Delhi (August 09–11, Pragati Maidan).