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interpack Returns After Six Year Hiatus

An estimated 2,700 exhibitors from around the world are expected to attend interpack to present technologies and packaging trends along the entire value chain, demonstrate opportunities for growth, and respond to the challenges of the industry.

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Exhibits will include processes and machinery for the packaging of food and beverages; pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, confectionery, bakery products, consumer goods (non-food) and industrial goods; machinery for labeling, marking, packaging production, and integrated packaging printing; packaging materials and supplies; services for the packaging, confectionery and bakery products sector; and sustainable material innovations.

interpack will also feature:

Special Exhibits: SAVE FOOD, Co-Packing (European Co-Packers Association –ECPA), and Start-up Zone.

Special Events: Unique Women in Packaging, WorldStar Packaging Awards, Spotlight Talks & Trends (Theme Forum), Tightly Packed TV Live (roundtable discussions, interviews and news live from the interpack TV studio).

Companies expected to attend include Syntegon Technology, Multivac, Metsä Board, SCHÜTZ, ProAmpac Flexibles, OPTIMA packaging group, Romaco Holding, Aasted ApS, SOLLICH, Starlinger, Bluhm Systeme, Langguth

Tickets for the trade fair are now available. For further information on visiting or exhibiting at interpack 2023, visit Messe Düsseldorf North America’s website.


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