Entrepreneurial opportunities at PackPlus ’17


PackPlus, the packaging, processing and supply chain event, is just a week away. With more than 375 exhibitors, 80 product launches, 250+ live demos, this year’s exhibition is all set to be bigger and better than ever before. Many entrepreneurs have started their businesses from trade shows in the past. Where else can one have access to various technologies and solutions pertaining to a specific industry under one roof? The strong presence of MSMEs and large enterprises means customers can expect solutions for all budgets at the trade fair. PackPlus ’17 will provide many opportunities to budding entrepreneurs to kick-start their business.

Owing to growing market demand and growth opportunities in various sectors, the exhibition offers the following opportunities for budding investors.

Paper bag making machines – Priced between Rs. 3 lac and Rs. 10 lac, paper bag-making machines are one of the cheapest solutions available in the industry. The entire project is low on investment and space. The increasing usage of paper bags as an eco-friendly packaging solution makes it the right investment choice. Companies such as Avtar Mechanical Works, RVM Controls, UP Group Shanghai UPG International Trading, China will provide solutions in paper bag making machines.

Paper cup-making machines – Priced between Rs. 5 lac and Rs. 15 lac, paper cup making machines is one of the most popular entrepreneurial ideas doing the rounds. Just as paper bag making machines, paper cup making machines also require less space. Companies such as AKR Machinery, Elegant International, Pritul Machines, and Vardhman Packaging will display paper cup making machines among many others.

Non-woven bag-making machines – Priced between Rs. 20lac and Rs. 25 lac, several non-woven bag making machines will be on live display at the event. With an area of 1,200 square meters required for installation, these machines provide a good option for entrepreneurs. Prosper Group, Fair Deal Engineers, and Sahil Graphics are just a few of the companies that will showcase non-woven bag making machines.

Rigid box making machines – Priced on the higher side, between Rs. 1.5 crore and Rs. 6 crore, rigid box making machines are a good option for established entrepreneurs. The investment on this project is much more when compared to others on the list but the ROI is the largest as well. With packaging trends moving towards luxury packaging, Zhongke India, NBG Printographic, and 3S Graphic Solutions will provide solutions in this category.

PackPlus 2017 is scheduled from 3-6 August 2017 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. For more information, write to info@print-packaging.com or call 0120-3075400.

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