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After three days today the Zagreb Fair saw the closing of the biennial fairs INTERGRAFIKA, the International Printing and Paper Industry Fair and MODERNPAK, the International Packaging Materials and Packaging Technology Fair.

The fairs brought together 43 exhibitors from 13 countries. 

The pavilion 5 of the Zagreb Fair hosted all significant world and home manufacturers of the equipment, finished products and auxiliary materials in the field of the printing, paper, packaging materials and packaging technology.

Trade fairs are still unavoidable meeting points for professionals, venues for exchange of knowledge and experience and they also contribute to market competitiveness. Personal contact is irreplaceable because only at a trade fair can you simultaneously see, compare, evaluate and get instant feedback on a product or a service.

Prof. Nikola Mrvac, PhD, Dean of the Faculty of Graphic Arts, pointed out that the printing industry is experiencing major changes. "It is a manufacturing industry, where the basic raw material is - information. We register an enormous interest in enrollment in graphic art programmes, especially for the study of design, where the basic task is to visualize ideas, i.e. to transform something fictional into something visible. Our graduates can find their place in almost all areas, from hospitals to shopping centers".

“The confirmation of participation of all significant world and home producers of the equipment, finished products, auxiliary materials in the segment of the printing, paper, packaging materials and packaging technology is an indication that Intergrafika and Modernpak are the most significant printing and packaging industry fairs in the region”, said Mrs. Dina Tomšić, PhD, Zagreb Fair Director.