Sunday, February 5, 2023

Labelexpo Americas 2022 show preview: turn your converting playbook from good to great

Registration for the 17th edition of Labelexpo Americas, the region’s largest label and package printing technology trade show, is open.

Returning to Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL from 13-15 September, the hotly-anticipated three-day show is set to reunite the industry, with hundreds of live demonstrations, a digital embellishment trail, a two-day topical conference and two expert-led master classes.

Aimed at label and package printing professionals, brand owners, label/packaging designers, this year’s focus is on improving your converting business. Covering 5 halls, over 400 exhibitors are participating, including: ABG, Avery Dennison, Domino, Durst, Epson, Fujifilm, HP, Konica Minolta, Mark Andy, MPS, and Xeikon.

Complementing the exhibition is a digital embellishment trail highlighting experts in this area, with live demonstrations showcasing how it can transform a converting business.

The popular educational program comprises a two-day conference on 13-14 September tackling the industry’s biggest issues including M&A, automation, diversification, and supply chain challenges. Two half-day expert-led master classes on 14-15 September, run in association with the Label Academy, will cover digital embellishment and self-adhesive label materials.

Also taking place, on the evening of 13 September, is the prestigious annual Label Industry Global Awards, which recognize key achievements in the label and package printing sector. Categories include the Rising Star and Environmental Sustainability Awards, plus the individual R Stanton Avery Global Achievement and Innovation Awards.

Converters can learn more about Labelexpo Americas 2022 by attending one of several roadshows in California, Toronto and Ohio in the run-up to the show. Email for details.

The show is again strongly supported and endorsed by trade bodies TLMI, FPA and FTA, plus FINAT.

An early bird booking discount, including $60 entry price, applies until 28 August. To register, visit

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