The international processing and packaging exhibition in Vietnam (ProPak Vietnam) 2019, featuring new technologies in the processing and packaging industry, opened in Ho Chi Minh City on March 19.


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With the total exhibition area covering up to 10.000 square metres, ProPak Vietnam 2019 has attracted the participation of more than 540 exhibitors from 31 countries and regions. Among them, the event also features international booths from Taiwan (China), Germany, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, Thailand, China and Italy, which are countries with strength in the processing and packaging industry.

This year’s event promises to showcase a strong line–up of practical products and technologies applied in the Vietnamese processing and packaging industry such as packaging, bottling technology, brewing – beverage technology, pharmaceutical processing & packaging, printing materials & technology, packaging accessories & machineries, food safety & hygiene technology, quality control and waste management & environmental technology.

Under the framework of the exhibition, a number of seminars from both international and domestic associations such as Active & Intelligent Packaging Industry Association (AIPAI), The Vietnam Association of Food Science and Technology (VAFOST), Multi Engineering -Solution Laboratory (MESLAB) and Vietnam Association of Testing Laboratories (VINALAB).

Through the seminars, visitors will have the opportunity to take a comprehensive look at this year’s innovative products through amazing presentations of industry experts and leaders.

Propak Vietnam 2019 takes place from now until March 21, as an opportunity for domestic and foreign businesses to exchange and enhance cooperation to improve product quality and technology, as well as access leading manufacturers, with the most modern solutions and technologies.

Source: NDO

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