Strong exhibitor demand for drupa-2020 booth space

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drupa 2020—June 16 to 26, 2020 at the fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany—is experiencing a strong demand for exhibition space with 96% of the planned 1.7 million square feet already booked by companies from more than 40 countries.

The range of exhibits consist of the following product groups:
1. Prepress / Print,
2. Premedia / Multichannel,
3. Post press / Converting / Packaging,
4. Future Technologies,
5. Materials,
6. Equipment / Services / Infrastructure.

Key drupa focal points are:
Touchpoint Packaging—Covering the spectrum of packaging production—
  • Design,
  • New materials,
  • Printing & converting,
  • Embellishments, security,track & trace.
Touchpoint 3D fab + print—Covering the entire spectrum of 3D technologies, State-of-the-art innovations and best-practices.

DNA - drupa next age—Dedicated to the long-term future topics of the industry. There will be productive exchanges between global players and start-ups aiming at innovation in a fast changing world. Innovators will have the opportunity to present new product ideas, services and approaches addressing future technologies to facilitate communication around print.

drupa cube—The conference & event program for 2020 will focus on the innovative power of print & potential of diverse print applications in a wide variety of industries and life. This includes new technologies such as printed electronics and creative multichannel applications, and the use of digital printing techniques in conventional sectors like packaging.

See a list of current exhibitors.
 

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