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Best photos of International PackTech India

16 December 2016

The International PackTech India returns to the Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre in Mumbai, for its ninth edition. The latest edition of the show, International PackTech and Drink Technology India, the two trade shows are complemented by FoodPex India.

Highlights from the show, include the top stalls and products.

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  • Last year, with total space area of 14,000 sq/m, the exhibition saw a 37% increase in visitors, reaching an all-time high with over 10,000 visitors in all
  • India’s largest global flexible packaging solution, Uflex, displayed ESL aseptic flexi-pouch machine for packaging liquid with one, two or three head filling, Uflex PFS, pick fill and seal, and Uflex flow wrap machines
  • The Hubergroup showcased its range of low migration inks
  • Packaging specialist Huhtamaki PPL showcased its product ranges at the show. The company recently booked an Omet iFlex label printing press during Labelexpo India 2016
  • At the show, Welbound is promoting Hotcase 500, a top and bottom case sealer for end-of-the-line packaging. This is the company’s foray into end-of-the-line packaging solution for sealing transport cartons
  • Ishida products facilitate sharing and centralised management information like POS, self-POS system, distribution system, factory support system and weighing system for disposal
  • Bengaluru-based rigid packaging firm Manjushree Technopack has seven manufacturing units across India with a total production capacity of four billion units per annum
  • At the show, Michelman displayed a complete line of UV and water-based OPV’s optimised to work with primers and HP Indigo inks
  • Ahmedabad-based Conveline Systems is a solution provider for aluminum conveyor, precision and pallet conveyor, stainless steel conveyor and roller and end of line conveyor systems
  • Established in 1999, Decorative Sleeves produces and prints decorative shrink labels and wrap around BOPP labels
  • Hilda Automation with its packaging machinery for liquid and beverages industry at the exhibition has displayed live demonstration of several models of their filling and sealing machines
  • A manufacturer of shrink packaging equipment for over 10 years, Smartpack delivers solutions for distribution and retail packaging needs. The company’s range of packaging equipment can be tailored to applications for end-of-line packaging
  • Hip Lik Packaging Products Corporation India is one of the few plastic packaging enterprises in the country which has the largest number of printing machines. Most of these are specifically designed to produce plastic boxes
  • Premier Tech Chronos displayed OML series of open mouth bagging systems during the exhibition
  • KHS offered Innopet Blomax series IV machine, which has a high performance stretch blow moulder and with a production capacity of 8,800 to 72,000 bottles/hr
  • EI DuPont is showcasing Alphalase Advance 4000 – a robust enzyme solution for diacetyl control. Alphalase Advance 4000 is part of the DuPont Danisco range of brewing enzymes
  • Chemco Plastic Industries offers performs for CSD, hot foil, dairy, oil and water
  • Clearpack is the distributor for Side, Posimat, Mengibar, Volpak, Enflex and E2M in India
  • Closure System International (CSI) showcased capping systems at the show. The company builds capping equipment for almost every type of closure application, production and process environment
  • Arrow Digital, the distributor of a range of materials and equipments for the digital printing and cutting markets displayed OKI 9541Pro and M-64s
  • Wrapping specialists Shrink Pack has clients like ITC, Dabur, Bajaj, Nestle, Godrej, Cadbury, Faber Castell, Marico, Mondelez and more
  • The show brings together the expertise of Messe Düsseldorf and Messe München as the organisers of their respective leading trade fairs in the packaging sector and the related processing industry – interpack (Messe Düsseldorf) and drinktec for the beverage and liquid food industry (Messe München)
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