Vrinda Automation as technology partner for IndiaCorr Expo 2020

IndiaCorr Expo is being organized by Reed Manch Exhibitions

Vrinda Automation
The expo will be held in Mumbai from 3-5 December

Reed Manch Exhibitions, which is organizing the IndiaCorr Expo 2020, has selected Vrinda Automation as its technology partner. Vrinda Automation was established by a group of engineers from automation industry to cater to the automation needs of various industrial segments. Reed Manch Exhibitions said with the support of Vrinda Automation it will be organizing a safe and secure exhibition creating numerous business opportunities.

IndiaCorr Expo 2020 is gearing up to provide a safe and controlled environment to its exhibitors and visitors. The show, which brings together corrugated packaging and folding carton industry is evolving and adapting to the new way of life and conducting business.

“In the wake of the COVID-19, exhibitions will undergo a lot of changes to enhance safety and well-being. We are committed to create a safe environment for both exhibitors, visitors, employees and all those who contribute in organizing big trade shows like IndiaCorr Expo. With proper SOPs in place and safety as priority, we are hopeful in bringing back the live business environment for all our customers”, commented Akshita Kapoor, portfolio director, Reed Manch Exhibitions.

Many leading names in corrugated and folding carton packaging such as Boix machinery, Bobst, BHS Corrugated, Insun, Fosber, J S Corrugating Machinery, Macarbox, Mitsubishi, ERHARDT + LEIMER, Sun-up (India) Packaging Machinery and Nitta Corporation India are already on-board to exhibit.

IndiaCorr Expo 2020 is the biggest trade show in India for the entire value chain of corrugated packaging industry creating a perfect platform for high quality equipment suppliers, machinery and solution providers to meet buyers. India Folding Carton will be co-located with IndiaCorr Expo.

The expo is scheduled to be held from 3-5 December 2020 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E), Mumbai.

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