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Article | February 28, 2005
SouthPack and more
SouthPack plus the co-located Design & Manufacturing South and the Plastec South serve up information and technology to the expanding Southeast region.
Billed as “the only event dedicated to the Southeast’s packaging market” SouthPack comes to the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta April 13-14.
Once again the show produced and managed by Canon Communications will present every aspect of packaging as well as two new features: Design & Manufacturing South and Plastec South. The co-location of these shows makes this event a total resource for packaging products and services as well as design and manufacturing solutions.
Attendees can check out two special feature product pavilions: Medical/Pharmaceutical & Nutraceutical Packaging pavilion and the Material Handling Automation & Logistics pavilion.
At the Medical/Pharmaceutical & Nutraceutical Packaging pavilion visitors will see every aspect of pharma packaging. It’s a great place to source specialty equipment pharma-grade materials and supplies disposable packaging trays and kits blister packs and testing and inspection services.
Visitors to the Material Handling Automation & Logistics pavilion can check out a full array of products equipment and software for materials handling and logistics. Attend the SouthPack Conference too to learn about the latest marketing strategies and technology updates in the field of packaging. Speakers will provide extensive case-study presentations to best demonstrate industry-specific applications.
Show hours are 10 am to 5 pm April 13 10 am to 4 pm April 14. The SouthPack Conference runs both days from 9 am to noon.
For complete details on SouthPack including a list of exhibitors and information on registering visit www.canontradeshows.com
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