ICE Europe 2017 Jubilee Awards

Voting lines open for awards

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ICE Europe, one of the world’s leading converting exhibitions, will take place for the tenth time from 21 to 23 March 2017 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany. To celebrate the occasion, the organizer, Mack Brooks Exhibitions, will present the ICE Europe 2017 Jubilee Awards for best practice, excellence, innovation and extraordinary performance in the converting industry. The submission of entries for the awards is now closed; a large number of this year’s exhibitors have participated with their product innovations and technical advances.

Now the entire converting community is invited to cast a maximum of four votes online for their favorites, one in each category at http://www.icex.com/europe/english/awards/view/. The online voting ends on 5 March 2017 at midnight. Participation in the voting is free of charge. The winners from each category will be honored in an official awards ceremony at ICE Europe 2017, on 21 March 2017. All exhibitors and visitors have been invited to be part of the ceremony.

ICE Europe 2017 will open its doors from 21 to 23 March 2017; on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9.00 to 18.00 hrs. and on Thursday from 9.00 to 16.00 hrs. Tickets are available at a favorable price from the online ticket shop of the show website. Further information on the exhibition and an up-to-date exhibitor list are available at www.ice-x.com/europe.

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