IPAMA’s promotional meets in Amritsar, Delhi, Ahmedabad & Mumbai

IntraPac India – 14 to 17 March 2024

The promotional meet held in Ahmedabad on 15 February witnessed a robust turnout of special invitees and senior industrial representatives

The Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) is sparing no efforts to ensure the success of the forthcoming IntraPac India Exhibition. Scheduled to take place from 14 to 17 March 2024 at the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida, this exhibition promises to be a pivotal event for the packaging industry.

With over 170 companies and organizations already securing their space, and an additional 20 entities in the pipeline, IntraPac India is set to showcase cutting-edge advancements in packaging machinery and related products over its four-day duration. 

Leveraging the latest technology and innovations, exhibitors will unveil a diverse array of offerings spanning primary packaging, plastic, metal, glass, paper, food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, chemicals, beverages, industrial, luxury, and biodegradable packaging among others.

In the run-up to the event, IPAMA has been actively promoting IntraPac India across various platforms, including participation in domestic and international exhibitions and related programs. Notable efforts include promotional meets held in Amritsar, New Delhi, Ahmedabad, and Mumbai, where industry luminaries and representatives gathered to discuss the significance of the exhibition. At these meetings, Jaiveer Singh, president of IPAMA, extended a warm welcome to attendees and outlined the array of services available to visitors, such as online meeting scheduling with exhibitors and the organizers of conferences and seminars during the exhibition.

While the subsequent event in Mumbai on 16 February saw the participation of top industry leaders.

The promotional meet held in Ahmedabad on 15 February witnessed a robust turnout of special invitees and senior industrial representatives, while the subsequent event in Mumbai on 16 February saw the participation of top industry leaders. 

Jaiveer Singh reiterated IPAMA’s dedication to orchestrating a seamless exhibition experience, highlighting the inauguration ceremony slated for 11:00 am on 14 March 2024. Invitations have been extended to presidents of packaging associations, both within the country and neighboring nations.

Moreover, IPAMA has diligently finalized arrangements with various service vendors, drawing on its extensive 36-year experience in organizing exhibitions to ensure a flawless execution of IntraPac India.

The Indian Printing Packaging & Allied Machinery Manufacturers’ Association (IPAMA) is dedicated to advancing the printing and packaging industry in India. With a rich legacy spanning 36 years, IPAMA continues to play a pivotal role in fostering innovation, collaboration, and growth within the sector.

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