ProPak India to be held in Greater Noida from 30 August to 1 September


ProPak India, which is organized by UBM India, will be held at India Exposition Mart, Greater Noida from 30 August to 1 September 2018. The three-day exhibition and conference will connect professionals and experts from the industry.

The expo offers a comprehensive market overview and aims to bring together internationally renowned exhibitors, manufacturers and distributors of processing and packaging machineries and technologies, key representatives from trade institutions, consultants, business experts and key government officials and representatives of the media on an industry platform to exchange global best practices and seek solutions for challenges pertaining to the processing and packaging industry. ProPak India is aimed at the manufacturing industry for whom packaging is an integral growth driver.

Key segments in focus will be new technology and equipment, material component, labeling and printing, supply chain dynamics and automation and robotics. ProPack India is being supported by AFSTI (Mumbai Chapter), AIFPA.

Food Ingredients India & Health Ingredients 2018 (Fi India & Hi), which will be co-located with ProPack, is the only business-to-business show of its kind in the entire Indian sub-continent, opening up to a new world of food and health ingredients sourcing opportunities.

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