IndiaCorr Expo – SinoCorrugated

6 to 8 October2015, India Expo Centre

Kirit Modi, president, Indian Corrugated Case Manufacturers Association

Reed Manch Exhibitions in partnership with Reed Exhibitions Shanghai and the Indian Corrugated Case Manufacturers Association(ICCMA)is organizing the third IndiaCorr Expo-Sino Corrugated 2015 event. The exhibition and conference will be held from 6 to 8October 2015 at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida. Exhibitors from India, China, Taiwan, Italy, Japan, Korea, France, Germany and USA will be showcasing their machinery.

The last edition of IndiaCorr Expo was attended by 5,331 trade visitors from 25 countries and featured 125 exhibitors and over 260 live solutions. The majority of visitors were from about 43 Indian cities indicating that IndiaCorr Expo attracts the widest audience. “The show this year is going to be the biggest so far with over 130 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 becoming an 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 instrumental in making this event the only place forlarge corrugators to come and source machinery, raw material and IT support for running their operations,” says Vineet Mahajan, managing director, Reed Manch Exhibitions.

The ICCMA Congress will be held on 6 and 7 October at the same venue. The theme of this year’s conference, ‘A SWOT Perspective of the Indian Corrugated Packaging Industry,’ will highlight the importance of the corrugated sector in the entire value chain of the packaging industry, explore new horizons in perishable product packaging and cost optimization by automation. The last Congress was attended by over 350 delegates, from across the country and overseas.

“We are happy to be back with IndiaCorr Expo this year in Greater Noida. I am confident that this year’s ICCMA Congress would be bigger and better than the last two editions. Our team is working hard to make this conference an ideal platform for knowledge sharing and networking.” says Kirit Modi, president, ICCMA. The event isuseful for corrugators, printers, consultants, designers and professionals from allied sectors. IndiaCorr Expo 2015 is a good opportunity for business networking, learning and reaching out to the right audience.

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