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PACKage Printing pavilion makes its Las Vegas debut

PACKage Printing Pavilion Makes Its Vegas Debut
PACKage Printing Pavilion Makes Its Vegas Debut

The PACKage Printing Pavilion at PACK EXPO Las Vegas and co-located Healthcare Packaging EXPO (Sept. 23-25, 2019; Las Vegas Convention Center) produced by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, will showcase the latest innovations in digital printing.

This 35,000-square foot area, located in the Central Hall, brings digitally charged end users challenged with SKU proliferation, micromarketing efforts, sustainability and traceability face to face with OEMs ready to deliver solutions. The Pavilion, new to the Vegas event, focuses on the advantages of digital printing; geared toward short-run, on-demand, cost-effective, variable data and personalized packaging. As consumers look for smarter packaging options, the advancements in digital printing are more critical than ever, making this pavilion a must-see for all show attendees.

“Following the successful launch at PACK EXPO International 2018 and with the expected growth in digital package printing, we are thrilled to offer a space where end users seeking solutions can connect with the suppliers providing these new, cutting-edge innovations,” says Laura Thompson, vice president, trade shows, PMMI.

Click here for a full list of the sold out PACKage Printing Pavilion exhibitors.

In addition to showcasing the latest digital advancements, PACK EXPO Las Vegas and Healthcare Packaging EXPO will convene 30,000 packaging professionals with 2,000 leading industry suppliers. The 900,000 net square feet of show floor will also offer educational opportunities and industry networking lounges.

Registration, which includes access to both PACK EXPO Las Vegas and Healthcare Packaging EXPO, is $30 through Aug. 30 after which the price increases to $100. For more information and to register online, visit packexpolasvegas.com and hcpelasvegas.com.

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