InPrint USA, the industrial print show, has opened exhibit space sales for its second edition to be held in Louisville, Kentucky, from April 9 to 11, 2019. The show in Kentucky will be closer to the Midwest and Eastern regions with easier access for attendees. InPrint USA is organised by Mack Brooks Inc., a subsidiary of the Mack Brooks exhibition group.
After the successful launch in 2017, the second InPrint USA will continue its focus on connecting manufacturers who use print as a key component of their manufacturing process with leading brands in the fields of industrial specialty, screen, digital, inkjet, and 3D technology print solutions.
Donna Busse, InPrint USA exhibition manager said, “The industrial print community is growing as the technology continues to advance into new manufacturing markets. InPrint USA 2019 will be bigger and better, with more innovative solutions on the exhibit hall floor and more prospective customers in the aisles.”
Exhibitors submitting their applications by March 1, 2018 can take advantage of early bird pricing as well as a new priority space draw. The priority point system will reward exhibitors, regardless of their size, for their past involvement with the show. New exhibitors are also eligible to participate in the priority space draw and are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible.
InPrint USA will again be co-located with ICE USA, the international converting exhibition in 2019. ICE USA is North America’s leading converting exhibition, bringing over 250 exhibitors together with thousands of packaging, paper, non-woven, and self-adhesive industry professionals.