Printing equipment sales in MEA to reach $435mn in 2026; Report

By Arya M Nair, Intern Reporter
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Sales of print equipment in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) will reach an estimated $435 million in 2026, powering the industry to a period of modest growth in the post-pandemic era, according to a report.

Leading print equipment manufacturers have confirmed that they will exhibit their latest products and solutions at the upcoming Gulf Print & Pack (GPP) exhibition, the region’s leading trade show for the commercial and package printing sectors, which will be held from 24 to 26 May 2022 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).

Among those confirmed to participate include Konica Minolta Business Solutions Middle East which will be introducing a new addition in their Mid Production segment along with an Automated Color Management system and Registration System, Intelligent Quality Optimizer.

Barry Killengray
Barry Killengray
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GPP

“Printing equipment is used to produce a vast number of different products, from print publications such as newspapers and magazines to packaging and labels as well as sign and display graphics. Our industry impacts a wide range of other businesses such as food and retail, even logistics, that are innovating rapidly in response to changing consumer habits and needs. We welcome those who are interested in what new innovations are being developed and introduced in our sector that will have far-reaching impacts on the way we do business in the future.”

Vinsak, an exhibitor from India, will demonstrate its latest range of label finishing equipment, which includes the USAR 430 tabletop rewinder, the VRL series roll lifter, and the Vinsak high build system for varnish and coating, as well as digital foiling for labels and packaging.

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