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FESPA Expo 2023 to Host World Wrap Masters Competition

Event will also feature the return of the FESPA Awards.




Competitive vehicle wrappers will be in the spotlight at FESPA Global Print Expo 2023, scheduled for May 23-26 in Munich, Germany at the Messe Munich Trade Fair Center.

The annual trade event will host the World Wrap Masters Europe and Series Final (stand B2-D85), which begins on Tuesday, May 23 and continues through the next three days.

The successful competitors from days one and two will advance to compete against winners of the regional heats in Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Japan, Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, Ireland and the UK. The final round, beginning on Thursday, May 25, will feature a series of timed events requiring competitors to wrap cars and surprise objects.

Sponsored by HEXIS and HP, the competition will be judged by vehicle wrap experts including Kiss Lajos, Ole Solskin, Justin Pate and 2022 World Wrap Masters Champion Ivan Tenchev. Visitors interested in vehicle wrapping can also access free daily training workshops and demonstrations delivered in conjunction with The Wrap Institute (stand B2-C83).

This year’s FESPA Expo also sees the return of the FESPA Awards, which were last held in 2019.

More than 210 submissions from 34 countries have been received and judged by a panel of independent experts. The shortlisted entries will be displayed in the West Entrance of Messe Munich for visitors’ enjoyment throughout the event. An awards ceremony for the winners will be held May 24.


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