PackPlus expected to get more than 20,000 visitors

PackPlus 2017 to be held from 3-6 August 2017

PackPlus 2017 will occupy two halls with more than 100 companies spread across 1,300 square meters

PackPlus, which will be held from 3-6 August 2017 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, will see 375 companies spread across six halls over an area of 16,000 square meters. The event is expected to receive more than 20,000 visitors.

In 2015, PackPlus had introduced a finished packaging pavilion spread across 300 square meters with more than 30 companies. This year, the pavilion will occupy two halls with more than 100 companies spread across 1,300 square meters. Companies such as Hip Lik Packaging Products, Big Box Inc, Pragati Pack, Any Graphics, and PR Packaging Ltd. among others will be showcasing solutions in flexible packaging, labels, cartons, tin cans, bulk packaging, blister packaging and other specialized packaging formats.

Spread across 5,000 square meters, Hall 11 will house a gamut of running machines from the primary packaging sectors, covering equipment like form fill seal machines, liquid filling machines, pouch-packing machines and multi-head weighers showing latest technologies from India and around the globe. Leading companies such as Uflex (engineering, holography & cylinder divisions), Ishida India, Hassia Packaging, Parle Global, SSP Packaging, G-tech packaging solutions, Orpac Systems, etc. will be showcasing their latest innovations at the event.

Hall 12 will host the SupplyPlus event, which is a concurrent show with PackPlus. Companies such as Signode India, Millenium Packaging Soultions, Vibgyor International, Nilkamal Storage Systems, Bold Gate Resources, VM Technocoating, and Alstrut India will showcase solutions in warehouse management, material handling, storage solutions and logistic packaging solutions among other verticals.

Hall 12 A will have solutions covering flexible packaging, converting and printing, rigid box and carton and corrugated box making technologies digital print solutions on display. Companies such as Uflex, Pelican, BST, Kody, Sudha Converting, Naph Graphics and APL Machinery will be showcasing their products. Large presence of paper cup making machines will be a key highlight at the event and leading manufactures and importers including AKR Machinery, Elegant International, Global Link Impex, Pritul Machines, Swastik Paper Trading Co., Vardhaman Packaging, among others will be showcasing their latest technology. Zhongke India will be showcasing their rigid box machines and automatic paper bag making machines at the event.

The International Packaging Conclave will return this year with a theme around Packaging Safety & Compliance. The conclave will be held on 4 August 2017 at the International Business Lounge in Pragati Maidan. Siegwerk India will be the knowledge partner for the conclave, which will have an interactive case-study based solution format.

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