PackPlus to open its door in New Delhi

More than 300 brands from packaging industry to participate

PackPlus is going to take place from 7-9 July 2022 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
PackPlus is going to take place from 7-9 July 2022 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

PackPlus, India’s most premium and business-focused event covering the entire value chain of packaging, printing and converting, is scheduled to take place from 7-9 July 2022 in Hall 11, 12 and 12A at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. It showcases the top 7 shows of the packaging industry – India Packaging Show, India Converting Show, CartonTech, Print Fair, PackSol, Supply Plus & India Automation and AIDC Show.

After an overwhelming success of the 2021 edition, PackPlus is again gearing up to offer an in-person platform for live product demos, the latest machinery, innovative technologies, and several knowledge-sharing networking sessions.

PackPlus will open its doors to over 300 brands from packaging, converting, package printing, finished packaging, flexible packaging, paper packaging and allied sectors to help connect visiting professionals face-to-face with the right solution providers in New Delhi. Building on the legacy of 16 editions, in 2022, the event will bring 170+ live-running machinery and 70+ product launches on the show floor.

Anuj Mathur, chief operating officer of RX India, said, “It makes us very happy to bring together the entire packaging industry for the face-to-face meetup. In 2021, we delivered a very successful physical event despite a very challenging time. This year, again, we are gearing up to offer an impressive platform to our customers to launch new products, find new business opportunities and enable growth across the packaging sector. We welcome you to India’s most established business conducting event for the packaging industry.”

PackPlus to highlight challenges and best practices within industry

The concurrent networking conference, International Packaging Conclave, will take place on 7 and 8 July. Over 70+ industry veterans and experts from Mother Dairy, ITC, Pepsico, Nestle, Haldirams, Mondelez, JK Paper, MTR, Del Monte, Deloitte, GSK, Emami, HP, Ecoware and many big names will be speaking at the 2-day conference, International Packaging Conclave focused on the theme ‘Smart and Sustainable Packaging’. Panel discussions, case studies and expert insights will highlight present challenges and best practices within the packaging industry.

PackPlus will focus on new technologies and innovative solutions such as FFS Packaging Machines, Filling & Bottling Machines, Labelling Machines, Food Processing Machines, Finished Packaging Solutions, Gravure Printing Machine, Corrugated Box Making Machinery, Non-Woven Bag Machine, Paper Bag Making Machine, Paper Converting Machinery. Leading participating companies to include Bobst India, Natraj Industries, Nichrome India, Hilda Automation, Control Print, A V Engineers, Ajit Industries, APL Machinery, Echaar Equipments, Elegant International, Enercon Asia Pacific System, Global Link Impex, Hi-Pack & Fill Machines, Jetpack Machines, Leap India, Mahisa Packaging, Mohindra Mechanical Works, Mutual Industries, Prakash Offset Machinery, Sahil Graphics, Vig Graphics, Worldpack Automation among others.

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