Premier Paper Group has become the latest leading name to sign up to exhibit at The Print Show 2022, saying that the event will be an important platform for the industry as it continues its recovery from the pandemic.

A leading supplier of paper and media, Premier Paper has taken one of the largest stands at the show, signing up early to secure its place at the front of hall 18 at the NEC in Birmingham.

A long-standing supporter of the event, Premier Paper has enjoyed great success at previous editions of The Print Show and is looking to repeat this in September 2022, with plans to showcase a wide range of products and solutions to visitors from all corners of the industry.

“We have supported The Print Show since day one and have always found the event to be a professionally run and well attended event that celebrates the print industry and showcases some of the latest products and technological innovations in the market,” said Brad Goldsmith, marketing services manager at Premier Paper.

“Given the events of the last two years, the print industry needs something to look forward to and we feel that The Print Show provides that opportunity.

“As the economy continues to open up, events and exhibitions provide important platforms for suppliers to engage with customers and showcase their products and services.”

Premier Paper’s primary aim at The Print Show 2022 will be to network, face-to-face, with printers, designers and paper buyers. This will see its team of knowledgeable experts help identify and provide solutions with products from its our extensive portfolio and premier levels of service.

The company will also raise awareness of its innovative Carbon Capture programme and speak with visitors about how its environmental initiatives can help them to achieve their key CSR objectives.

“We’ve started working on early concepts and are planning to showcase products from our various specialist divisions including digital substrates, display graphic media, graphical boards, packaging solutions but there will also be a greater focus on our core coated and uncoated products,” Brad Goldsmith said.

“There is likely to be excitement and a real buzz around the event as printers and suppliers return to this exhibition which is dedicated to the UK print industry.

“For print companies, it will be a great opportunity to take a look at any product and technological developments that have taken place over the last couple of years and of course meet potential suppliers.”