PrintFair to run concurrently with PackPlus South

PackPlus South, 10-13 April, BIEC I Bengaluru


PackPlus South, which takes place from 10-13 April 2019 at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre, Bengaluru, will be co-located with Drink Technology India, the leading event for beverage, dairy and liquid food industry. The 3-day DrinkTec will be held from 10-12 April in the same grounds of BIEC.

The PackPlus South invitations are already in circulation and the online visitor registrations are going on in full swing. The co-location of PackPlus South and Drink Technology India will largely benefit the exhibitors and visitors attending the show with common interest. Trio Motion Technology is the Visitor Registration Partner for the event.

More than 275 exhibitors will come under one roof to showcase latest products and solutions from packaging, converting, processing and supply chain event. Featuring 150+ running machine, 100+ product launches and benefiting the participants with buyer-seller meet, networking and business opportunities, the show is all set to create new landmarks in the city.

Important decision makers and specifiers from top and middle management from various industries including pharmaceutical and chemical; food and beverage, dairy and meat; engineering; garments and textiles; personal care products and logistics will visit the show. Printers, converters, packaging professionals and packaging end users as well as the providers of materials, equipment and services are also expected to visit in large numbers.

PrintFair, the commercial printing, package converting and digital sign show, will also run concurrently with PackPlus South. The event, supported extensively by Karnataka State Printers

Association (KSPA), have organized several promotional campaigns in the interiors of South India. The organizers have also held promotional activities in various districts of Maharashtra and Karnataka recently.

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