IndiaCorr Expo and India Folding Carton will reunite after two years

Event for corrugated case manufacturing

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IndiaCorr expo and India Folding Carton will reunite after two years

As the economy begins to recover and businesses are bouncing back to full swing, IndiaCorr Expo and India Folding Carton are gearing up to reunite the corrugated case manufacturing and folding carton industry from 23-25 October 2021 at the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida.

Over the past eight years, IndiaCorr Expo & India Folding Carton have catered to the Indian market as the leading business-to-business events for corrugated case manufacturing, converting, package printing, box making, and folding carton segments. The events bring thousands of buyers and sellers to connect face-to-face to build business relationships, network, and learn from industry experts. Attendees can expect a top-notch showcase of the latest machinery, be able to discover top brands, and witness live demos to source end-to-end corrugated and folding carton solutions, all under one roof.

The strategic partners of the event, the Indian Corrugated Case Manufacturers’ Association (ICCMA) is bringing back the ICCMA Congress 2021, which will take place on 23-24 October 2021 to gather corrugated manufacturing fraternity, from across the country. The theme of the year is, ‘‘The Changing Landscape – Adapting to the New Normal’, the sessions will address the current challenges faced by the industry and will host a range of eminent industry experts.

India Corr Expo
IndiaCorr expo and India Folding Carton will reunite

Anuj Mathur, chief operating officer, RX India, said, “It’s a real win for the industry as leading suppliers and buyers have confirmed their presence for the upcoming show in October, and ICCMA is expected to host its largest attended congress ever. Given that our global health, safety, and hygiene measures are in place – IndiaCorr Expo & India Folding Carton will aim to bring the industry together in a safe and conducive business environment.”

Echoing Mathur, Sandeep Wadhwa, president, ICCMA said, “We are pleased to be back at IndiaCorr Expo & India Folding Carton. The industry needs to connect face-to-face in order to explore growth opportunities. The upcoming edition of the ICCMA Congress 2021 will prepare all corrugated stakeholders to stay agile and be ready for the future trends and opportunities in the changing landscape.”

The Stellar’s show

The stellar showcase of live machinery will continue to take center stage with leading players including WestRock, BOBST, BHS Corrugated, EMBA Machinery, Astron Paper, Fuma Machinery, Fosber, Natraj Industries, ERHARDT + LEIMER, Re Equipment (India), Nitta Corporation India, JS Corrugating Machinery and Robus India participating at the event.

Attendees can pre-register to attend at to receive their entry tickets. Visit IndiaCorr Expo and India Folding Carton from 23-25 October 2021 at India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, Delhi NCR.

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