IndiaCorr 2018 to integrate Indian market with the global players

By 12 Feb 2018

SinoCorrugated - IndiaCorr Expo 2018, the exhibition for the corrugation and packaging industry, is slated from 4 to 6 October 2018 at Bombay Exhibition Centre.

IndiaCorr 2017 saw over 200 exhibitors

The Expo will provide an integrated platform comprising of owners, manufacturers, distributors, retailers and others who get detailed insights from the corrugated and packaging market.

Focusing on reaching the global level, IndiaCorr has arranged dedicated booths for the overseas exhibitors from China, Taiwan, USA, Germany, Switzerland and Italy.

Visitors can find the exhibitors from the corrugated box making machinery, printing and lamination machines, testing equipment, adhesives, inks, ancillary equipment, kraft paper and softwares.

The expo is divided into three zones – paper zone, digital printing zone and the ink zone. Paper and ink zone will let you connect with the manufacturers, dealers and importers of paper, Kraft Paper, paper roll, board and ink. Digital printing zone will provide digital printing solutions for the corrugation and folding carton industry such as machine manufacturers, consultants and designers, convertors, printers, etc.

The ICCMA Congress, a two-day conference which is co-located along with IndiaCorr, will discuss the new services, latest equipment and expert advice from the corrugation and packaging industry heads.

The fifth edition of IndiaCorr 2017 at Greater Noida saw over 200+ exhibitors from 11 countries and visitor count reaching over 5500 set the new record for the expo. There was a rise of 34% in the visitor footfalls from the previous exhibitions.



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