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Exhibit Sales Open for PACK EXPO Southeast 2025

Newest show from producer PMMI targets untapped, robust manufacturing region for spring 2025 debut in Atlanta.


Packaging and processing companies seeking to share their latest machinery, materials, and innovations with the growing manufacturing industry in the southeast, can now sign up to exhibit at PACK EXPO Southeast, which will debut in spring 2025 in Atlanta (March 10-12; Georgia World Congress Center).

The newest show in the PACK EXPO portfolio, produced by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, will offer solutions to address the packaging and processing needs of southeast manufacturers in over 40 vertical markets.

“PMMI sees a great opportunity to offer the first comprehensive packaging and processing trade show to service the southeast region. This region has shown favorable growth in several manufacturing sectors, including food and beverage, pharmaceutical and medicine, aerospace products and parts, textile products, and medical equipment and supplies,” said Jim Pittas, president and CEO, PMMI. “PACK EXPO Southeast in Atlanta is the perfect location to focus on targeted opportunities in this robust market, which is home to some of the top manufacturing companies.”

Located within driving distance of key manufacturing cities, PACK EXPO Southeast will harness all the power of the PACK EXPO portfolio of trade shows, directed at the strong southeast market.

“PACK EXPO Southeast 2025 is a must-attend event for companies that want to make key connections with buyers in this growing region,” said Laura Thompson, vice president, trade shows. “In keeping with our PACK EXPO brand, it also offers attendees the chance to see innovation in action for over 40 vertical markets and the latest solutions to some of their critical manufacturing needs.”

Excitement around the new show is building in the packaging and processing industry, and suppliers identify convenience, growth opportunities, and PACK EXPO’s comprehensive offerings as just a few reasons to look forward to its Southeast debut.

“Every PACK EXPO is critical to the growth of our business, so we couldn’t be more excited to experience all the show has to offer in Atlanta,” said Allison Wagner, business strategy manager, Morrison Container Handling Solutions. “With the market expansions that are happening in the southeast, it makes so much sense to bring all the benefits of PACK EXPO to Atlanta so we can connect directly with customers. We’re looking forward to a successful first show in Atlanta in 2025!”

Holly Dillon, sales manager, Unitronics, also is anticipating PACK EXPO Southeast in Atlanta. She said, “The PMMI shows historically have provided us with great quality leads that convert to long-lasting customers. We’ve been exhibiting with PMMI for more than a decade. Very few shows bring the volume and quality of exhibitors, which PMMI brings to the table.”

Exhibitors have already begun signing up, including Wisconsin-based manufacturer Multi-Conveyor LLC.

“Multi-Conveyor is energized to be exhibiting at the premiere of PACK EXPO Southeast in Atlanta 2025,” said Cheryl Miller, director of marketing, Multi-Conveyor. “This event will undeniably be the most convenient, cohesive means for our southeast regional customers and partner businesses to locally witness our latest technologies ‘live’ on the show floor and meet one-on-one with Multi-Conveyor’s team. Win, Win, and WIN!”

Request information and learn more at, or contact Daniel Smith, exhibit sales manager, or Patrick Bradley, national accounts manager, at [email protected].

Attendee registration for PACK EXPO Southeast 2025 will open November 2024.

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