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10th Packaging & Labeling Innovation Programme is the most exclusive executive platform for Sustainable, Innovation, Branding and Inspirational packaging activities The Packaging & Labeling Innovation Programme (PLIP) Bangkok is a major step forward from any other packaging event, invitation only platform attracting a number of personnel outside of the normal key audience who come together as peers and are setting time aside to meet with a number of key organizations from specific aspects of the supply-chain who are relevant to their business strategy going forward,


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Global Brand Protection Innovation Programme and IP Summit is successfully on its way for the 3rd time in Asia to highlight the latest innovations in Brand Protection and IP Industry on 2nd – 3rd December 2019 in Bangkok Thailand. GBPIP continues bringing together the buyers of cross industry from all across the globe with high Level of Speakers who will provide insights to the latest trends, Global Implementation of Anti-counterfeit Technologies, Recent Innovations and highlight the latest challenges faced by Brands,


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A major player across Africa, with dedicated branches and facilities and broad investment/development plans, SACMI will soon be taking part in Propak West Africa 2019 to showcase its latest products and illustrate the outlook for the industry. The fair - to be held in Lagos, Nigeria, from 17 to 19 September - is West Africa's biggest packaging, food processing, labelling & printing technology event.

 

SACMI Metal Day 2019, a 2-day event, held at SACMI Imola to explore metal cap/packaging technology, trends and prospects together with an audience of international experts and stakeholders - not to mention over 160 selected customers from 29 countries worldwide - has now ended. It offered a unique opportunity to bring everyone up to speed on market trends affecting a global industry now worth €800 billion, an industry that packages 300,000 products every second.

 

 

Amsterdam, Netherland 23th-24th May, 2019– Platinum Global Solutions concluded its 9th Packaging Innovation Programme at Park Plaza Airport. 

PAPEREX is the series of International exhibitions on the Pulp and Paper Industry and is held biennially in New Delhi, India. It is the only comprehensive forum serving the paper industry has established itself as “Business Festival of the Paper Industry” for joint ventures, investments and technology transfer promoting overall growth of Paper industry.

PackPlus, the total Packaging, Converting and Supply Chain event, is coming to Pragati Maidan, New Delhi in the month of August. National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC), A Government of India Enterprise which is working to promote, aid and foster the growth of micro, small and medium enterprises in the country has extended its support to the event.

In conversation with Prateek Kaushik

Portfolio Director – Next Events Private Limited

(A member of Reed Exhibitions & a part of RELX Group)

 

 

 

Congratulations on PackPlus being acquired by Reed Exhibitions, the world’s largest event organizer. How do you plan to take the events to newer heights?

PackPlus South- South India’s largest packaging show along with PrintFair 2019- The commercial printing, Package Converting and Digital sign show concluded successfully on 13 April’19 at BIEC, Bengaluru.  With 259 exhibitors, around 150 LIVE demonstrations of machines, various product launches and several other attractions, the visitors had a lot to partake.  With 9888 visitors across four days the Show once again proved to be the most attended packaging & printing event of South India.

The global food packaging market size is expected to reach USD 411.3 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., registering a CAGR of 5.1% during the forecast period. The Indian packaging industry, which accounted for 282,149.4 million units in 2017, is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 5.6% to reach 369,982.8 million units by 2022. A key factor driving the market's growth is the growing investments in the food processing sector in India.


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