InPrint 2016 moves onto another level

InPrint 2016 Ahead of Schedule as 80% of Exhibitor Space Confirms with 10 months to go


InPrint Organisers, FM Brooks have reported that plans for the third edition of InPrint (which takes place 15-17 November in Milan) are ahead of schedule following the success of InPrint 2015.  Over 80% of the space at MiCo in Milan is already contracted and organisers are seriously considering extending the show floor space to cater for demand.

InPrint Co-Founder, Marcus Timson comments, “It is another good sign for industrial print development that the decision to run InPrint in Milan has been resoundingly supported by the market. During 2015 we conducted an extensive consultation process with the industry and it was clear that the support for an InPrint Show in Milan was overwhelming. The overall objective remains to inspire a dynamically changing manufacturing marketplace with unique access to industrial print technology, knowledge and expertise. This development will extend and grow the InPrint community further unlocking new potential for exhibitors and visitors.”

The growth and success of the first two editions of InPrint underlines the fact that industrial printing is a compelling market for investment and innovation. The InPrint Show creates a unique platform for developing industrial printing solutions, giving industrial print professionals access to advanced printing technologies and expertise. It is clear that the manufacturing sector is adapting and improving its production capacity with new printing technologies and InPrint 2016 in Milan is another popular development for industrial printing.

Frazer Chesterman, Co-Founder concludes, “InPrint 2016 will continue to offer a number of convincing opportunities for exhibitors and visitors. Lombardy itself is the largest manufacturing region in Europe outside of Germany and the profile of the industry itself means that industrial printing is very strong. Of course Italy’s leadership for textiles is well known, but other decorative segments are thriving in Northern Italy, not least wood decoration and lamination, glass, plastics, ceramics, packaging and the famous Italian automotive industry. What is important is the role that the show plays in providing a unique forum for a developing marketplace and this goes for both screen printing and digital inkjet development.”


What do exhibitors think?

“InPrint 2015 was a great success for JetSet and we expect 2016 to be even better. We are also delighted that InPrint will be running in Milan. The Italian market for industrial printing is considerable and very innovative - the show will provide the market with a valuable forum to show new ideas, technologies and insights that will create new possibilities.” Sergio Ferrari, JetSet

“InPrint is playing an important role in giving unique access for industrial printing. The market is evolving quickly and the market needs InPrint in order to introduce new technologies into different industrial markets. INX Digital has been happy to play a key role in the development of the InPrint Show from the very start and we look forward to developing the show in Milan which is an extremely important global manufacturing, design and innovation centre.” Marco Zanella, INX Digital

“Having been involved as an exhibitor in the InPrint Show since the beginning I am delighted the show will be coming to Milan – I know the market is perfect here for an industrial print show and will be a great success, adding a further dimension to the growing InPrint Community.” Giorgio Macor, Kuei


If you want more information or you would like to see a floorplan for InPrint Milan 2016, please contact Frazer Chesterman at or Marcus Timson at