Toppan in Vietnam Foodexpo 2022 – 16 to 19 November

Vietnam Foodexpo is Vietnam’s largest food industry exhibition

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Toppan
Showcasing GL Barrier and sustainable packaging

Toppan, a global player in communication, security, packaging, décor materials, and
electronics solutions, will participate in the Vietnam Foodexpo 2022, which will be held at
the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center in Ho Chi Minh City from 16 to 19
November.

Launched in 2015, Vietnam Foodexpo is Vietnam’s largest food industry exhibition. It is
organized by the Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency and aims to promote the food industry
and strengthen international networks. The event was held every year between 2015 and
2019, but 2022 will be the first exhibition for three years after being suspended in 2020
and 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Toppan will present the Toppan Group’s sustainable packaging supply capabilities, barrier
packaging, including GL Barrier and other solutions to food producers, other end users,
and packaging manufacturers from Vietnam and Southeast Asia.

“Due to demographics and economic growth in Vietnam and other Southeast Asian
countries, we anticipate significant demand in the future for GL Barrier, transparent high
barrier films, and sustainable packaging that uses those films,” said Shinichi Kukita, senior
general manager of Toppan’s Global Packaging business.

“By building on our extensive converting experience and leveraging packaging
development capabilities centered on the comprehensive range of GL Barrier brand
products, which enjoy a leading share of the global market, Toppan wants to be the best
partner of customers in the Vietnam market, meeting all their packaging needs. Joining
Vietnam’s biggest food expo will help us raise the profile of Toppan’s sustainable and
other packaging products and expand our business.”

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