PackPlus 2016 in New Delhi, 27 to 30 July

Packaging, processing and supply chain event


PackPlus 2016: The Total Packaging, Processing & Supply Chain Event, will be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 27 to 30 July 2016. According to the organizer, the exhibition will be featuring more than 300 exhibitors presenting a large gamut of running machineries, several new product launches and various innovative materials and services. It will be showcasing solutions in the packaging, processing, converting, automation, supply chain industry segments.

The event will attract packaging buyers from the food, pharma, agro, beverage, personal care, FMCG, and other industrial sectors. According to the organizer, flexible packaging converters, label converters, carton converters, corrugated box manufacturers will also visit the event. The exhibition will be featuring suppliers of equipment and materials required from the stage of prepress through printing, converting and finishing of the cartons. The show will also cover rigid box converting and paper bag making equipment. Indian and foreign exhibitors will be rubbing shoulders with each other. A large contingent of Chinese exhibitors is expected to participate.

“PackPlus 2016 is all set forits next edition at NewDelhi and the concurrently running CartonTech exhibition will bring in more benefit to the visitors. The visitor registrations are in full swing and building on the huge success of the last edition of the event, we are all set to make this even bigger,” says Neetu Arora, director, Print CartonTech2016 will be held concurrently with PackPlus from27 to 30 July at Pragati Maidan and will focus on providing a complete business and networking platform to the folding carton, converting and package printing industry.

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