The prominent trade fair for print technologies, Drupa 2024, is gearing up to host 1,427 exhibitors from 50 countries during an eleven-day exhibition from May 28 to June 7 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Drupa 2024
Drupa 2024

This year’s event promises a dynamic showcase of cutting-edge innovations, insightful discussions, and valuable networking opportunities, with a strong focus on digitalization and sustainability within the printing industry.

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The exhibition will be complemented by top-level conferences and special forums consisting of more than 50 sessions featuring keynotes from international industry specialists.

These sessions will cover topics such as the sustainable production of print and packaging solutions, business success strategies, circular economy, automation, printing/finishing 4.0, artificial intelligence, platform economy, and connectivity.

Covering an impressive net area of approximately 140,000 m² across 18 show halls, Drupa 2024 will bring together a diverse lineup of exhibitors representing the full spectrum of print technology trends.

From industry giants to emerging startups, the event will feature renowned global players including Bobst, Canon, Comexi, Duplo, EFI, Epson, ESKO, Fujifilm, Heidelberg, Horizon, HP, Kodak, Koenig & Bauer, Kolbus, Komori, Konica Minolta, KURZ, Landa, Müller Martini, Ricoh, Screen, Windmöller & Hölscher, Xeikon, and many more.

Itua Akhigbe, the West African representative of Messe Dusseldorf, the organizers of Drupa, commented on the upcoming event, stating, “With the global printing industry eagerly anticipating this in-person gathering, Drupa 2024 arrives at a crucial moment.”

He emphasized that the event goes beyond being just a trade fair, serving as a platform for change. Drupa 2024 aims to showcase how the industry is embracing sustainability as a core value, driving innovation and responsible business practices.

Attendees can expect demonstrations of innovative solutions, bio-based inks, and sustainable printing techniques that prioritize efficiency and environmental consciousness.

Akhigbe added that keynotes and panel discussions will delve into the role of sustainability in the print industry’s future, with experts sharing insights on the path towards a more sustainable tomorrow.