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PackPlus 2016 flooded with 17136 visitors at New Delhi

30 percent bigger show attracts 30 percent more visitors It was not only pouring rain at Delhi but also pouring visitors at PackPlus’ ninth edition that recorded a footfall of 17136. The event happened at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 27 – 30 July, 2016. Over 325 exhibitors including International and foreign companies rubbing shoulders read more »

“It was raining visitors at PackPlus 2016″

30 percent bigger show attracts 30 percent more visitors. Despite the incessant rains, visitors kept pouring through the four days. At the end of the last day when the curtains came down on the ninth edition of the event, 17136 unique visitors had been issued their visitor badge. “We have been exhibiting from past nine read more »

ISHIDA India Presents Upgraded Checkweigher

DAC-GN Series checkweighers from Japanese company ISHIDA are the systems that utilise unique and proprietary technology to deliver unbeatable accuracy and speed in checkweighing process. ISHIDA India at the ongoing expo announces the upgraded DAC-GN with improved performance for any production line in any manufacturing environment. “This newly upgraded checkweigher is designed for accurate data read more »

PackPlus 2016 set to grow 30% over the last edition!

After the huge commercial success of last edition, PackPlus returns with a bigger profile this year! The total packaging, processing & supply chain event will happen from 27-30 July 2016 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The Indian packaging industry, growing at a fast pace, bring in a lot of opportunities for the beginner as well read more »

CartonTech 2016 to be co-located with PackPlus at New Delhi

CartonTech 2016, the exhibition focused on providing a complete business & networking platform to the folding carton, converting & package printing industry, will be happening from 27 to 30 July at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The Show, organized by Print-Packaging.com (P) Ltd., will be held under the banner of their flagship event PackPlus. The Indian read more »

LMAI Technicals Discuss Fine Prints of Labels in Delhi

Label Manufactures Association of India (LMAI) organized technical seminar on 22nd January, 2016 at Chelmsford Club, New Delhi. More than 100 delegates attended this seminar, an initiative to educate label converters and the industry, the LMAI will host similar seminars in Ahemdabad and Chennai soon.  Kuldip Goel, Vice President of LMAI and  the owner of Any Graphics, during his read more »

Record Turnout At PackPlus 2015

Sets the stage for a bumper event next year! The Numero Uno position of PackPlus among packaging exhibitions in the country was accentuated by the record turnout in its 2015 edition. By the time the 4 day exhibition drew to a close on the 2 August, the busy staff at the thronging registration counters had read more »

PackPlus Set to Grow Again in 2015!

The exhibition that has retained its stature of excellence from last several years is coming back to Pragati Maidan in July end! PackPlus along with SupplyPlus 2015 is all set for its next edition in Delhi. The event is scheduled to be held from 30 July to 2 August at Pragati Maidan and will continue read more »

Pamex Promotional Activities Gear Up- Marked its presence at Label Expo India & AIP China

The All India Federation of Master Printers (AIFMP) iconic show PAMEX 2015 is fully geared up and started its promotional activities on National and International Platforms.  Pamex had its presence in the recently concluded Labelexpo India from 29 October-1 November 2014 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.Labelexpo India is the largest label and package printing event of South read more »

PackPlus Recreates History @ Pragati Maidan

Amid the FIFA roar, the Show banked scores of cheers from the Indian Packaging, Processing & Supply Chain Industry! PackPlus, the four-day exhibition featuring 275+ exhibitors, 50+ product launches, 100+ running machines and several other attractions, concludes successfully on 14 June 2014 recording a footfall of 6880 visitors. The Show, moving back to Pragati Maidan read more »