North America's largest printing trade show for shorter-run printing. Exhibitors include digital, inkjet, bindery and offset equipment.
Print World News
16 November 2010
Print World opens Saturday! Exclusive equipment debuts
Print World, the only printing trade show in North America with an exclusive focus on shorter-run printing, is set to open its doors this Saturday, November 20, at the state-of-the-art trade show facility, the Direct Energy Centre in downtown Toronto.

Taking centre stage at the show are several national and international equipment unveilings. Being shown for the first time outside China will be the Hans Gronhi GH6664B, a 20” x 26” four-colour press. Hans Gronhi will also show the GH525 14” x 20” five-colour press for the first time in North America.
World debut outside China of new four-colour press
World debut outside China of new four-colour press

Other equipment having their Canadian debuts include the Ricoh C901 digital press, the Xerox 550/560 printers, the Konica Minolta C8000 digital press, the Agfa Anapurna, the Agfa Jeti 1224 UV, the Océ Arizona 550 XT, among a large selection of other graphic arts equipment. 

In addition, the conference agenda has tripled in size to include two keynote speakers: industry expert Frank Romano on “Where is Print Headed?” and founder Bob Young, on How to Make Print Valuable in a Digital Age.” Both keynotes are almost sold out.

A special panel discussion, “How to Win the War on Print,” is another Print World exclusive with an A-list panel that includes John Williams, CEO of Domtar; Brian Reid, president of Transcontinental Printing; Perry Nixdorf, VP of operations at The Globe and Mail; and Frank Romano.

The panel is in addition to a full agenda of management seminars and other panel discussions.

Print World takes place November 20-22, 2010, at the Direct Energy Centre in downtown Toronto. The city, Canada’s largest metropolitan area (5 million+), is the heart of the Canadian printing market.

Toronto is a 90-minute drive from the U.S.-Canada border and Toronto Pearson International Airport features direct flights to all major cities. Porter Airlines, one of the official carriers for Print World, operates direct flights between downtown Toronto (five minutes from the Print World venue) and major centres in the Eastern U.S.

For more information on the show and the conference agenda, please use the links on this web site.
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