IntraPac India venue shifted to India Expo Centre, Greater Noida

14 to 17 March 2024

IntraPac India Moves to India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, NCR Delhi

IntraPac India, an exhibition focused on the packaging industry scheduled for 14 to 17 March 2024, will now be held at India Expo Centre in Greater Noida, Delhi-NCR, the Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) announced. 

The IPAMA, which is the organizer of the event, said the venue has been changed due to technical reasons. It was earlier scheduled to be held at the India International Convention And Expo Center in Dwarka, Delhi.

The event will showcase a wide range of packaging solutions, machinery, and allied products, including plastic packaging, metal packaging, glass packaging, paper packaging, filling, capping, sealing, biodegradable packaging, protective packaging, automation and robotics, tube packaging, mono cartons, pharmaceutical packaging, traceability & tracking, logistics, film, molding, etc.

In light of the change, IPAMA has revised its rates and is offering exhibitor spaces at  economical prices to encourage participation from a larger number of MSME units in the exhibition. The rates for subsequent editions will be reviewed and adjusted to ensure greater affordability. 

IPAMA has reserved four halls, covering a total area of 14,000 square meters, at India Expo Centre. Within just one month of the exhibition’s announcement, 48 companies have already confirmed their participation and secured their spaces, the association said.

To boost early registration, IPAMA has introduced an early bird discount of Rs 1,000 per square. meter. Exhibitors will be eligible for a special motivational discount, subject to approval by IPAMA’s governing council committee. Membership discounts will be based on the tenure of membership.

The Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association represents the interests of the printing, packaging, and allied machinery manufacturers in India. IPAMA strives to promote growth, innovation, and collaboration within the industry through exhibitions, seminars, workshops, and other initiatives.

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