From February 11 to 15, 2013, the Hunkeler Innovationdays will be held for the 10th time at the Messe Lucerne exhibition facility. The growing internationalization and enormous interest on the part of the supplier sector and visitors alike has prompted Hunkeler to extend this industry event from its previous four days to five days. Approximately 80 exhibitors will present their latest products in Hall 2 with its 7000 m2 of floor space. And once again, a few of them will use the exclusive showcase of the Hunkeler Innovationdays for world premiers.
The printing sector is changing at a rapid pace, and there’s no event that reflects this dynamic activity better than the Hunkeler Innovation Days. With the background of the fast-paced development of digital printing and finishing, this industry gathering – which is conducted every two years – is taking on international importance. In a compact fashion, the Hunkeler Innovationdays bring clarity to current trends, make the latest developments understandable and show how they all interplay in actual use.
For thousands of experts and decision-makers from around the world (more than 5000 in 2011), the Hunkeler Innovation Days have become an indispensable platform for gathering information. Visitors value the unique opportunity to meet in person with staff members from leading manufacturers of digital printing systems, with those developing software solutions as well as vendors of consumables and finishing materials. They are also able to make direct comparisons of a wide range of practical solution scenarios for transaction/transpromotion printing, print-on-demand (books and newspapers) and direct mail production.
Integrated total solutions that address every aspect of the workflow and for every industry segment will be shown at the Hunkeler 2013 Innovationdays. Technical advances provide access to the economies and advantages of digital printing and finishing processes in an increasing number of segments and applications, including the printing of packaging. The first approaches to solving these problems started to appear at Drupa 2012 in Düsseldorf, and specific solutions will be available for viewing from February 11 to 15, 2013, in Lucerne.