PackPlus opens door for printing and packaging industry

Packaging and printing industry to meet again under one roof

Packplus Delhi 2021 is set to open for the printing and packaging industry
Packplus Delhi 2021 is set to open for the printing and packaging industry

PackPlus, India’s largest trade fair for packaging, package printing, paper packaging, converting, and allied sector, is scheduled for 9-11 December 2021, at Halls 3 and 4, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. After the success of the regional edition, PackPlus is all set to offer an in-person platform for live product demos, cutting-edge technologies, and knowledge-sharing networking conferences.

PackPlus will open its doors to over 250 suppliers from the packaging, converting, and printing sector to help connect the visiting packaging professionals face-to-face with the right solution providers in New Delhi. The event will boast 250+ live-running machineries and 90+ product launches of the newest technology and packaging solutions. 

Anuj Mathur, chief operating officer of RX India, said, “It makes us very happy to bring together the packaging industry for an in-person event. Business is back on the show floors, and once again, PackPlus will help the industry reconnect with industry stakeholders and collaborate for the future development of the industry. We welcome you all to India’s largest packaging event.”

Concurrent networking conference, International Packaging Conclave on 9 and 10 December is a two-day conference themed as packaging for ‘New Normal’ Times – Visualizing packaging for 2025. Over 40 speakers from Cipla, Reliance, Haldiram, Bikanerwala, Balaji Wafers, Tata Foods, Nestle, DS Group, Biocon, Big Basket, Moglix, TCPL Packaging, and other big names will be sharing insights on packaging trends and challenges.

Co-located shows like India Converting Show will showcase the latest technologies in flexible packaging converting and printing, including prepress, inpress, and postpress solutions. The show will be a one-stop-shop for raw materials, accessories, converting and printing machines, package finishing equipment, plates, and plate-making equipment. 

Exhibitors showcasing their products and technologies at PackPlus 

CartonTech will feature the newest technologies and solutions in pre-production and pre-press systems and equipment, folding carton equipment and accessories, rigid box converting equipment, gluing machines, erecting machines, paper bag manufacturing equipment, films and foils, paper and carton board, inks, adhesives, and printing equipment.

PackSol will be an exclusive platform for the finished packaging segment featuring manufacturers of packaging solutions in flexible packaging, cartons, paper, plastics, glass, and metals.

New packaging technologies, converting and printing solutions will take center-stage with leading players including Aerolam Decoratives, Agarwal Trafin, Archies, Dotsmark Systems, Leuze Electronic, Natraj Industries, Packraft Container, Prakash Offset Machinery, Hilda Automation, Nilkamal, Kamtronics Technology, Signode India, Mutual Industries, NBG Printographic Machinery, and Sahil Graphics among others.

The registrations are still open for the visitors. To get the tickets for PackPlus, click here.


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