Koelnmesse India is back with PackEx

The event will feature seminars on supply chain, packaging and food processing

Koelnmesse India is back with PackEx
PackEx is back for the packaging industry

Koelnmesse India is delighted to bring back AnutecInternational FoodTec India, PackEx India, Food Logistics India, and Anutec Ingredients India at IECC, Pragati Maidan from 2 to 4 December 2021, the most comprehensive exhibition dedicated to food and beverage technology.

The food and beverage technology companies and buyers are excited to restart the growth journey with the 15th edition of Anutec – International FoodTec India and its co-located exhibitions. The industry has undergone radical changes within the past two years, and its dynamics have entirely changed. To address this, the advancements in producing food and beverages that conform to consumer demands are already available, and Anutec – International FoodTec India is providing a platform to entire F&B producers to explore the available innovations. 

The four exhibitions co-located make it the most comprehensive event that caters to the needs, from processing to packaging and final delivery using advanced logistics services. Furthermore, the event will feature on-site seminars on Supply Chain, Packaging, and Food Processing conducted by renowned institutions such as Logistic Insider, Indian Flexible Packaging & Folding Carton Manufacturers Association, and All India Food Processors’ Association. Also, the top-notch F&B producers have already confirmed their visit to the exhibition. 

“Over 200 companies from more than 15 countries will be demonstrating their products and services physically during three days of the event, and we expect more than 6,000 focused buyers to attend the event to upgrade their food and beverage production processes. We are maintaining a hygienic and safe environment for these professionals so that they can network comfortably,” says Milind Dixit, managing director, Koelnmesse YA Tradefair. 

“As a result of our global expertise in the F&B sector, we were able to organize the exhibitions after a gap. Year after year, these trade fairs have created value for the F&B technology providers and their buyers across India and neighboring countries. We are looking forward to seeing everyone in person,” added Annkathrin Rasch, global brand manager, FoodTec, Koelnmesse. 

Koelnmesse – Industry trade fairs for the food technology sector 

Koelnmesse is an international leader in organizing trade fairs in the field of food and beverage processing. Anuga FoodTec and ProSweets Cologne are established, world-leading trade fairs hosted in Cologne/Germany. In addition to the events at its Cologne headquarters, Koelnmesse also stages other food technology trade fairs with different sector-specific areas of focus and content in key markets worldwide, including India, Italy, and Colombia. These global activities enable Koelnmesse to offer its customers bespoke events and leading regional trade fairs in various markets, thus creating the foundation for sustainable international business. 

Koelnmesse is also ideally positioned in the field of food and beverages with its leading international trade fairs Anuga and ISM, and its global network of satellite events. 

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