2017 ICE USA Wraps, 2019 Event Heads to Kentucky
Following three successful conference days, ICE USA, the International Converting Exhibition, and the inaugural InPrint USA, the Industrial Print Show, came to a close at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. More than 3,400 verified registrants came to the co-located shows, meeting the expectations of the shows’ organizer, Mack Brooks Exhibitions, Inc.
“We are very excited about how well InPrint USA has been received,” says Marcus Timson, co-founder of the InPrint show. “There is definitely a need in the largest manufacturing market in the world for a show dedicated to educating and offering solutions for industrial print applications.”
ICE USA 2017, marking its fourth edition in the Americas, is North America’s leading converting exhibition, bringing over 250 exhibitors together with thousands of packaging, paper, non-woven and self-adhesive industry professionals.
“ICE USA is where people come to see converting equipment and we definitely had more equipment on the show floor than ever before, 225 pieces to be exact,” says Melissa Magestro, executive vice president of Mack Books Exhibitions Inc. “This is definitely the place to come to see the latest technology and products, and the addition of InPrint on the show floor created great additional value.”
Both shows offered a mix of industry insights and projections, case stories, and troubleshooting technical education taught by industry experts, allowing visitors to take advantage of over 85 conference sessions.
The next ICE USA and InPrint USA shows will be held in Louisville, Kentucky, April 9-11, 2019.