The 7th Speciality Films and Flexible Packaging Global Summit will be held on 4-5 September 2018, at the Grand Hyatt in Mumbai. Over the years, the event has witnessed participation of a number of delegates from companies all across the globe.
The Indian packaging industry has been on a progressive path in the recent years. He Indian market is registering a robust growth trajectory, offering many opportunities to the industries here. The country has emerged as a key demand center and with events like Speciality Films and Flexible Packaging Global Summit have only strengthened its position in the global market. This year, a number of flexible packaging players are expected to participate in the upcoming summit, which provides an unmatched platform to interact with key decision makers and industry leaders.
At the event, distinguished speakers and panelists will share their perspectives on the processing industry. The event will also provide networking opportunities with global players in the speciality films and flexible packaging chain, where inputs will be given on the scope of growth and expansion in the niche segments. Panel discussions will be conducted on the latest trends in machinery, technical advancements and innovations. Lastly, an awards ceremony will be held where industry professionals will be recognized for their contribution.
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