9th Speciality Films & Flexible Packaging Global Summit to be held in Mumbai on 5-6 September

Leading packaging summit in Asia

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9th Speciality Films & Flexible Packaging Global Summit is going to take place in Mumbai from 5-6 September. Photo: PSA
9th Speciality Films & Flexible Packaging Global Summit is going to take place in Mumbai from 5-6 September. Photo: PSA

The 9th edition of Speciality Films & Flexible Packaging Global Summit 2022 will take place in Mumbai, India, on 5 and 6 September. The event is being organized by ElitePlus.

The Summit attracts participation from the entire value chain of the flexible packaging sector. Participants include raw material producers, converters, machinery manufacturers, additive and adhesive suppliers, printing machine manufacturers, post extrusion finishing and automation in material handling.

The annual event also attracts participation from brand owners, FMCG companies, major end users from food, pharma, personal care and agricultural sectors, and petchem.

This summit, over the years, has become the leading packaging summit in Asia, where all stakeholders gather under one roof and provide a unique platform to interact with stakeholders in this industry. It has eight business sessions, five keynote speakers, about 40 subject matter experts giving presentations and two-panel discussions.

ElitePlus is expecting over 1,400 delegates to attend this two-day summit from across all the verticals. The 8th edition, which was held in 2019, attracted 1,370 delegates spread over 510 companies and representing over 21 countries.

Packaging South Asia will once again be present at the Speciality Films & Flexible Packaging Global Summit and bring event coverage to our readers and followers.

Click here to register for the 9th edition of Speciality Films & Flexible Packaging Global Summit 2022.

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