October 26, 2016
The remanufacturer said it will exhibit because “we think that it is very important to support our remanufacturing industry”.
The show next year – which includes the Remanexpo product group – will take place from 28 to 31 January in Frankfurt, Germany, and a wide range of industry companies are already confirmed for the event as exhibitors, with strong interest shown in the event. Previous exhibitors have already received an email containing a personal link to registration as well, and you can register for the event here.
In May, The Recycler reported that the entire Paperworld event has seen a record number of exhibitor registrations, and recently The Recycler reported that over 100 exhibitors have been confirmed for the Remanexpo product group at the event. Armor commented that “we think that it is very important to support our remanufacturing industry, and that a presence at Paperworld allows us to reinforce this strategic commitment and desire to make our industry move forward and take a lead in the printing consumables industry.
“Moreover we believe that our industry needs to have an image of quality and ethics, and hence it is only by having ‘serious’ players that such image can be conveyed versus a certain Asian image that has been developed in the past few years during Paperworld with all the counterfeit and clones being seized”.
In terms of advantages of exhibiting at the show, Armor added that it “allows us to share with other industry players, meet our international distributors, and ensure our brand commitment and image as industry leader. For Armor Office Printing it allows us to showcase all our know-how, and for 2017 to present in one spot all our new know-how like the 3D and industrial ink on top of our OWA laser cartridges”.
Finally, on what makes the event special for the industry, the remanufacturer stated that “it is the only western Europe industry meeting for the aftermarket. Paperworld is getting more and more German-driven, it is also becoming a local trade fair for the German market”. It added that “the different speakers on the industry topics and the possibility to share our strategic view with professional journalist are also a big plus”.
This year’s event saw over 1,608 exhibitors and 36,773 visitors from over 139 countries, with exhibitors said to be “pleased with new contacts, order patterns and [the] internationality” of the visitors to their booths”. Exhibitor and visitor surveys showed that “real innovations and novelties”, alongside “positive order patterns”, created a “positive mood” among exhibitors at the event. A call for papers has also been launched for the REMCON conference.
The Recycler reported on the event in Frankfurt here, here, here and here; and a full report from this year’s Remanexpo can be found in issue 280 of The Recycler. To find out more about next year’s event, visit the website at paperworld.messefrankfurt.com, and keep checking our events website at www.therecyclerlive.com.