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SouthPack serves up three pavilions

Running April 30 and May 1 in Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center, SouthPack will feature three pavilions. In the Pharmaceutical and Nutraceutical Packaging Pavilion, visitors will be able to source specialty equipment, medical-grade materials and supplies, kits, blister packs, and TE containers.

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Also highlighted will be testing, inspection, and sterilization services.

An expansive Cosmetics & Personal Care Packaging Pavilion will feature the full spectrum of services and supplies. Look for stylized bottles, jars, pouches, tubes, specialty labeling, innovative design services, coatings, colorants, finishes, closures, valves, pumps, sprayers, and other accessories.

And in the Materials Handling/Logistics Pavilion, SouthPack will showcase a full array of conveyors, controlling devices, integrated controls systems, automated storage and retrieval systems, automatic ID and data collection technologies, racking systems, palletizers, and warehouse and inventory management systems.

SouthPack Conference sessions are also scheduled for 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. both days. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.

Geared toward current packaging issues, the SouthPack Conference sessions will provide case-study intensive presentations demonstrating industry-specific applications. Experts will be leading the following sessions:

• Medical device packaging

• Bar coding unit-dose packages

• Patient safety

• New technologies for beverage packaging

• Controlled-temperature packaging—new opportunities.

The SouthPack exposition will feature every aspect of packaging equipment, supplies, and services, says show sponsor Canon Communications.

For an alpha listing of exhibitors, see:

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