Graphics Canada Tradeshow nearly sold out

Dan Mustata
Dan Mustata

The 60th Anniversary of the Graphics Canada Expo, Canada’s largest printing industry tradeshow (May 11-13, 2023 in Hall 5 at the Toronto International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario) promises to be one of the most successful in recent years after the printing industry emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic. “Over the last couple of months, we’ve experienced an overwhelming amount of interest in exhibit space,” said Show Director Dan Mustata. “I’m very pleased to announce that a full 7 months before the show even opens, Hall 5 is almost sold out! A warm welcome back to Graphics Canada to Konica Minolta, HP, Fujifilm, Ricoh, Xerox, Canon, Epson, Significans Automation, Sydney Stone, GBC,  Mimaki, Zund, Spicers, TG Graphics, PDS, Grimco, Delphax, Roland, ValueRite, BRMoll, Gemini, Royal Sovereign, Insource, INX, Hybrid, KOR, Wilson, Angitex, Durst/Vanguard, Stratojet, Peleman, Southwest, MPI, Sina, Cambridge Label, Jay-Line, Riso and Esko, to name just a few.”

Several key suppliers new to the show, or returning after many editions, will include Kongsberg, SwissQ, Rollem, Komcan, MBO, RM Machinery, Ronik, Elitron, RollsRoller, Sakurai, Marabu, PageDNA, Smartsoft and many others. Please see the complete list online here. Based on feedback and suggestions from print service providers, Graphics Canada is adding a number of new activities, features and “the most comprehensive conference program at a Canadian print show” to create more value for visitors. These will include more panels, keynotes, association meetings, award presentations and receptions, as well as the:

• Digital Packaging Executive Summit
• Canadian Label Forum
• Canadian Wide-Format Summit
• Workflow & Automation Turbo Talks
• Graphics Canada Seminars Series
• Exhibitor Innovation Theatre

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