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PackTech&FoodPex 2018

PackTech&FoodPex 2018

Mumbai, India

2018.10.24-2018.10.26

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PackTech + FoodPex India will be held 24 to 26 Oct 2018 in Mumbai, India.


PackTech + FoodPex India is an established, well known and highly esteemed event in packaging industry. PackTech India provides an optimal platform and presents the latest developments, trends, products and services of the packaging, processing and printing industry. In addition, the exhibition has been extended around the area of technologies for food processing in all kinds, because especially the area of production and processing of food is coming closer together and is often overlapping. An alignment in this product portfolio was necessary. The fair takes place parallel to the Drink Technology India, the international trade fair for the food and beverage industry, which are perfectly complementing each other and generating new synergies in visitor numbers and exhibition products. This trade fair has confirmed its reputation as a business platform that provides customised solutions for the Indian market. PackTech India is your key to success. PackTech + FoodPex India is an event and I like events...


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THREE TRADE FAIRS ONE PLATFORM SYNERGY IN PERFECTION:


For the first time, three industry fairs are taking place together in India: FoodPex for the food processing industry, International PackTech for the packaging industry, drink technology for the beverage and liquid food industry. The innovative threesome offers exhibitors and trade visitors unbeatable advantages. Trade visitors are able to experience the entire world of the food, drink and packaging industry all at one time. This way they save time and money for the numerous small niche events. Also the exhibitors can be sure to get concentrated attention and can use their budget very efficiently. The new trade fair concept touches the nerve of the visitors: According to the visitor survey in 2014, almost 43 per cent were interested in the topic of “food processing”.

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