ICCMA Congress will be held concurrently

IndiaCorr Expo 2016 in Mumbai, 8 to 10 September


The event has grown over 30% from its previous editions and has exhibitors from India and other nations including China, Taiwan, Italy, Japan, Korea, France, Singapore, Switzerland, Germany and the USA. The show has over 160 exhibitors and displays corrugated box-making equipment, carton-making machinery, printing machine, adhesive dispensing systems, inks, prepress solutions, die-making solutions and laminators.
The show has companies participating from across the globe, with several first-time exhibitors like Valco Melton, Adroit Straps, C&T Matrix, Dongguan Qide Machinery, Dongguang Jixing Carton Machinery Manufacture, Fibro Source USA, Gayatrishakti Paper & Boards, Hsieh Hsu, K&H Machinery, Latitude Machinery Corp, Littleberg Offset, Mark Engineering Services, McSparr Test Systems, Mosca, Percept Print Solutions, Real Boilers, Robatech, Samadhan India, Senior Packaging Machinery Manufacturing, Shanghai UPG.

“The show this year is going to be the biggest so far with over 160 Indian and international companies  displaying their latest technology to upgrade the corrugated and folding carton sector in India. I am happy to see IndiaCorr Expo become the exclusive event with exclusive buyers from this niche sector. The best thing about our show is that whoever walks into the show floor is a potential buyer of our exhibits. This USP of the show has been very instrumental in making this event the only place for large corrugators to come and source machinery, raw material and IT support for running their operations,” says Anuj Mathur, managing director, Reed Manch Exhibitions.

ICCMA Congress will be a concurrent event. The theme of this year’s conference ‘De-risking operations in the Indian corrugated box industry,’ will highlight the importance of the corrugated sector in the entire value chain of the packaging industry and explore new horizons in perishable product packaging and cost optimization by automation.

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