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Vietnam International Printing & Packaging Industry Exhibition 2016

Date: 12 ~ 15, October 2016

Venue: Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center, SECC - 799 Nguyen Van Linh Str., Dist.7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

With more than 400 exhibition booths of domestic and foreign companies which display and present products in the fields of packaging, printing, food processing beverage industry. Hopefully, the Exhibition will be an eventful and effective forum on cooperation exchanging.

The products that will be presented at the Exhibition are included: packaging machines, auxiliary equipment and systems for package production, packaging products, raw materials and materials for  package production, raw materials and intermediate compounds for packaging products, services for packaging industry, pre-printing systems and software, raw materials and printing systems, after printing raw materials, materials and systems, food & beverage technologies, milks and  dairy-processing technologies, foods and additives …

Packaging industry is one among rapid developed industries in Vietnam, that are promoted to be developed because of increasing demands on consumer goods, on foods and on expanding exportation for products that need to be packaged. Currently, Vietnam offers a strong combination of rapid economic growth, expanding personnel incomes, and an excellent demographic dossier for pushing up industrial production and consumer demands. These trends have led packaging industry to be one among fastest growing industries in Vietnam.

The Exhibition is an opportunity for participation companies to contact with target customers and to learn more about advance technologies. In 2015, the Exhibition was held with the participation of more than 230 companies coming from 12 countries and territories, with nearly 400 exhibition booths, displayed and presented series of industrial products, newest technologies and services in packaging, printing industries and food processing industry. The Exhibition attracted 14,149 visitors in which were 8,280 trade visitors.

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