Industrial Trip at Printpack India Exhibition
Most Renowned institutes have the habit of organizing and attending several exhibitions so that students can learn about latest technologies and market trends. Attending exhibitions will make students more experienced in a particular field. Students will learn about an industry, products related to it, new ideas.
ADMEC Multimedia Institute is known for imparting knowledge in students in unique ways. Outdoor exhibition is one such activity which is organized every week where students learn a lot about different industries like graphic, web, animation etc. and boost their overall learning curve.
Students along with mentors visited “Printpack India” on 5th February 2017 at the India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida, India. It was a 5 days event being held from 4th February to 8th February 2017.
More than 429 domestic and international manufacturers, including from pre-press, in-press, post press, finishing, packaging, converting and digital sectors, Packaging Machinery Paper & Cardboard, Containers, Packaging Plant Systems Filling/Sealing/Weighing, machinery, Tapes/Plastic Film/Pallets, UV Printing, Flex Printing, Food & Pharmaceuticals Packaging, Bag Making Machinery, Material Handling Equipment, Vacuum Packaging Machines, Conveyors, Shrink Packaging Machines were part of the exhibition.
Manufacturers like TechNova, Line O Matic, Manugraph, TPH, Autoprint, Welbound, HP, Cannon were some of the companies who exhibited their products.
Each company were showcasing their machines and providing samples to visitors. Companies distributed free finished products like stickers, paper bags, cartoons, mobile phone packaging, biscuits and sweets packaging, newspapers, etc. to the visitors.
Students were glad to be a part of such great event. It was an opportunity for students to enhance their skills and see world’s best print media companies showcasing their products and designs. Mentors explained in-depth printing processes to students, how printing companies work in practical world and encouraged students to follow dos and don’ts of printing industry.