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Labelexpo Americas 2022 proves a big hit for ABG

As the dust settles on another Labelexpo, leading print finishing specialists, A B Graphic International (ABG), has hailed the show their most successful to-date. The event, which was held on 13-15 September at Donald E. Stevens Convention Center, Chicago, saw ABG promote more of their finishing machines than ever on their biggest booth yet - https://youtu.be/-MaJzDhseUc.

Billed as the largest label and package printing trade show in the world this year, ABG’s presence at Labelexpo Americas marked their first major exhibition since Labelexpo Europe in 2019. Sporting a newly refreshed brand-style, the company wasted no time re-connecting with customers, partners and friends in showcasing new innovations and technological updates to their extensive product portfolio.

Of particular interest was ABG’s flagship machine, the Digicon Series 3, displayed for beverage specification, including Big Foot and Flat Bed Screen. With the Digicon and a DigiJet running the same samples during the show, visitors were able to see the differences in finishing capabilities between the two machines. The new SRI3, being showcased with new functionalities, was also highly popular, as was ABG's DigiLase for roll-to-roll, individual pieces and A4 sheets, complete with its new decal option.

ABG’s participation in a panel discussion at CERM’s Integration Arena was very well attended, as was Mercian Labels’ Dr Adrian Steele’s insights on the future of automation and his ongoing collaboration with ABG.

“This really was the best Labelexpo Americas ever for ABG,” commented ABG’s global sales director, Matt Burton. “Not only did we re-connect with so many friends across the industry, we also had a bumper show in terms of sales and deals done. It was particularly satisfying to see the extent of our hard work and enterprise since our last Labelexpo back in 2019 really paying off.”

The company has re-booked for Labelexpo Americas 2024.