The four-day show featured 200 plus exhibitors with 100 live demos providing the visitors with first-hand experience and the show also had 50 plus product launches. With a footfall of 7523 unique visitors, PackPlus South’17 has been effective in catering solutions to packaging, printing and supply chain segments.
The organiser of the show, Neeta Arora, director at Print-Packaging.com, said, “PackPlus South received an overwhelming response in Bengaluru. It was a result of the extensive marketing and promotions held across South India to bring in the prospective visitors. The exhibitors are highly positive about converting the leads generated at the show. PackPlus South being a biannual expedition, the next show will be held at Hitex, Hyderabad from 9 to 12 March 2018.”
Ashwini Shriyan of AGS, said, “Packaging is the most critical part of cosmetics and that’s was my objective to visit the show. It has to be attractive, user-friendly and unique. I got a lot of leads which I could use in my other processes of business as well. As a brand manager, I got a look into various aspects on how I could promote the brand.”
Dhairyashil Patil from Bericap India, said, “The ratio of prospective clients to the total footfall was quite high. There are a number of interested customers rather than just having heavy footfall, it helps us to streamline the prospective customers and have better follow-ups.”
At the show, the exhibitors list included HP India, Konica Minolta India, Naph Graphics, Global Link Impex, Prasanna Machines Papers, Domino Printech India LLP, MAS Systech, Prismtech Packaging Solutions, USP Packaging Solutions, Sensograph Packaging Technology, Elegant International, Pragati Pack India, Siddhivinayak Engineering, Durapak, Storopack India, Nichrome India, Prajwal Marketing, Harikrushna Machine Tech, Parakh Agro Industries, Clearpack India, Shrink Packaging Systems, Zhongke India and Superpack Packaging Machines.
PrintFair which was running parallel with PackPlus had companies like R K Label Printing Machinery, Flexography India Press, Bhogle Engineering Works, Mehta Cad Cam Systems, SIMMAC and Hewlett - Packard India Sales showcasing solutions for various segments like UV interducts, LED UV systems, dry lamination machines, software solutions and finishing equipment.
While SupplyPlus South featured Spectra Plast India, Lsquare Eco-Products, Maxworth Trading Company, Nitta Corporation India, Nilkamal Bito Storage Systems, Hi-Tech International, MIPS Plastics displayed solutions like conveyor components, conveyors, engineering plastic products, power transmission flat belts, thermoplastic hydraulic hoses, racking and shelving storage.