InPrint Munich 2021 and more pushed back
Tuesday, December 15, 2020
Three more specialist industry events have been moved back due to the ongoing restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Converting, paper and print exhibitions ICE Europe, CCE International and InPrint Munich 2021, which were due to take place from 9 to 11 March 2021 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany, will now run from 22 to 24 June 2021.
The organiser of the events, Mack-Brooks Exhibitions, said the decision was taken “in light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and continued uncertainties regarding travel restrictions and event planning by the authorities”.
Patrick Herman, event director of converting, paper and print events at Mack-Brooks Exhibitions, said: “Following careful consideration of various options we have come to the decision to hold the shows in June 2021.
“Based on the current international developments due to the Covid-19 pandemic, including further lockdowns and travel restrictions, we believe that the most responsible decision at this stage is to postpone.
“The combination of three dedicated trade events evolving around converting and printing in the manufacturing process creates a multifaceted experience with increased opportunities and synergies.
“However, our main focus is to ensure a successful participation for our visitors and exhibitors. And in order to do that we need to get the conditions right.”
ICE Europe, which focuses on the conversion of flexible, web-based materials such as paper, film, foil and nonwovens, attracted 7,150 trade visitors in 2019.
Corrugated and folding carton event CCE International, meanwhile, attracted 2,406 trade visitors in 2019, while industrial print expo InPrint Munich’s 2019 outing attracted 2,755 trade visitors.
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