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Thursday, October 21, 2010

THE COUNTDOWN BEGINS TO PACK PLUS - INDIA’S PREMIER PACKAGING EVENT!

The manufacturers, providers and users from packaging, processing and supply chain industry have set their eyes on the India’s premier packaging event, which is to hit the floor on December 3 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. With more than 350 sign ups already, Pack Plus 2010 is poised for a record breaking success. The four-day event will bring 10 niche shows under four specific zones.

The Packaging Zone at PackPlus will see companies like Hindustan Tin Works, Pragati Pack India, IDMC Ltd, Bericap India, Bitatek-Taiwan, Nichrome India, Hilda Automation, Hassia Packaging, Rollatainers Ltd, Kris Flexipacks, Pakona Engineers, Markem Imaje, Scanvik Packaging, Ishida India, Saurabh Flexipack, Bosch Ltd and Superpack Packaging, to name a few.

Several companies have chosen the Pack Plus 2010 platform to launch a set of new products for the Indian market. Rollatainers Ltd. is one of them “We are set to launch our new range of multi head stick pack machines, developed in association with Toyo Machine Manufacturing Company, Japan,” said Debashish Dey from Rollatainers Ltd. “This would give an international exposure to our latest machines,” he added.

Saket Bhatia, VP, Sales & Marketing, Hindustan Tin Works finds has chosen Pack Plus to showcase latest evolutions in can packaging. He finds Pack Plus to be a very well organized event. Commenting on Pack Plus 2009, he said, “The footfall was great despite of recession in last year. The promotional campaigns for the Show act very effective and bring lot many serious customers to the Show.”

Hassia Packaging, which has recently entered into a new vertical in the dairy market for filling products in cups has chosen Pack Plus to present the range before the industry. The Show will host Finished Packaging Products in a separate Hall, away from the gamut of running machineries and equipment.

In the Converting Zone, Pack Plus will have Pelican Rotoflex, BST Sayona, Weldon Celloplast, SP Ultraflex, Creed Engineers, Uflex Ltd, Om Suntronics Converting Equipments, Craft Master, Innovative Flexotech, Kodak India, Gehlot Industries and other companies presenting the converting solutions for packaging industry. BST Sayona, which has been a consistent exhibitor at Pack Plus finds a tremendous response from the Show every year.

Processing Zone will feature companies like Pepperl+Fuchs, Omron Automation, Windmoller & Holscher, Reifenhauser, Robatech, Delta India, B&R Industrial Automation, Rockwell Automation and Siemens. The Zone will focus on food technology, pharma technology and automation for packaging. Automation Industry Association, which in a joint venture with Print-Packaging.Com is organizing the Automation4Packaging forum at Pack Plus, finds the Show to be a complete B2B exchange forum which initiates depth of interaction between the exhibitors and visitors.

In the Supply Chain Zone, Pack Plus will host companies like Vibgyor International, Techmech Handling Equipment, Softbox Systems, SV Modular, Belting Enterprises, Divyashree Packaging Industry and Noida Fabcon, Nilkamal, Flexlinks  Systems India and Flexituff International, to name a few. Divyashree Packaging has been expanding its client base by lending world class services and products and is aiming at making itself a global entity. The company feels Pack Plus will be the right place to give a start to this venture.

PackPlus will also present the Chinese & Taiwanese companies in a Pavilion dedicated to them. Companies like Jin Gou Packaging Machinery, Wenzhou Only International Trade, Cipher Lab and Bitatek will exhibit their products in this section.

“With active participation from several national and international bigwigs from the industry, we foresee a huge success for the Show. The additional values provided by the Show with AIMCAL Converting School, Automation4Packging Forum and PackAge Conference, will provide a complete packaging experience to our exhibitors and visitors,” said Neetu Arora on behalf of the Organisers.

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