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AUSSIE PACKAGING PRODUCTS ON SHOW AT PROPAK ASIA 2016

23-03-2016
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The Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) will launch the first Australian Pavilion at ProPak Asia 2016 in June this year.

Organsations including HMPS, Adaptapack, Rhima, Confoil, Accupack, the APPMA and the AIP have already confirmed they will be exhibiting at the Pavilion.

And other APPMA Member companies such as TNA, Heat & Control and Fibre King will also be exhibiting at the show, outside the Australian Pavilion.

The APPMA identified a need to help Australian packaging and processing manufacturers and distributors by creating the Australian Pavilion at ProPak Asia.

The pavilion will enable Australian manufacturers and distributors to showcase their products and companies to the Asian market in an affordable way.

ProPak Asia is Asia’s No.1 international processing and packaging trade event for Asia’s expanding food, drink and pharmaceutical industries.

Visitors come to ProPak Asia to see and buy the latest technologies, machines, products and services.

ProPak Asia 2015 presented its biggest-ever edition with over 1,600 exhibitors from 44 countries, 14 international pavilions from Australia, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, United Kingdom and the USA, and showcases over 4,500 machines from across the world on over 45,000 sqm at BITEC.

ProPak Asia 2016 will feature six dedicated zones, including DrinkTechAsia, FoodTechAsia, Lab&TestAsia, PackagingMaterialsAsia, PharmaTechAsia and PrintTechAsia to highlight growing demand from these sectors.

ProPak Asia 2016 will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from June 15-18.

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