International Packtech-IppStar Conference in Mumbai 16-17 December 2016

Packaging Design, Innovation and Technology Conference

International Packtech-IppStar Conference in Mumbai 16-17 December 2016

The International Packtech-IppStar Packaging Design, Innovation and Technology Conference will be held on 16 and 17 December 2016 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre. Messe Düsseldorf India and IppStar will jointly organize the conference alongside the biannual International PackTech India / FoodPex India at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai. While the PackTech India / FoodPex India will take place from 15 to 17 December 2016, the first annual IppStar-PackTech India Packaging Design, Innovation and Technology Conference will take place at the conference hall at the same site on 16 and 17 December.

The Packaging Design, Innovation and Technology Conference in Mumbai this December will have strong discussion components on food safety and wastage and on innovations in packaging design and technology that address the food processing and packaging industry. We hope to attract product managers from major consumer product companies to share their experiences and challenges as well as to participate in a nuts and bolts conference that is committed to a high level of India focus and a great deal of interaction on bottom of the pyramid packaging innovation.

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