Pack Print International 2011

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To serve ASEAN’s dynamic printing and packaging industries

Jointly organized by the Thai Printing Association, Thai Packaging Association and Messe Düsseldorf Asia at BITEC, Bangkok, Thailand from Aug 31–03 Sept, Pack Print International 2011 will be the point of convergence for key industry players to update themselves on the innovations and developments on printing and packaging. The four-day exhibition will bring together more than 200 leading international manufacturers and suppliers from over twenty countries. Noteworthy is that some 30,000 visitors have visited Pack Print International since its debut in the year 2007. These visitors have benefitted from the wide array of cutting-edge machineries, global technologies and processing solutions on display.
For those with a stake in the print and packaging industries, there is no better platform than Pack Print International in 2011. Taking place at an opportune time when the global economy is back on its track for positive growth, and with Asia taking the lead in this recovery – it is the only event in Southeast Asia that takes a closer look at technologies that drive printing and packaging innovations. 

Southeast Asia’s growth potentials and rising living standards will continue to create an ever expanding class of demanding consumers who will settle for none less than the highest quality in products and services. These factors are combining to generate a solid demand for print and packaging products. Pack Print International 2011 is a must-attend event for all industry players with an interest in playing a significant part in growth in the region. This is all the more so given the synergies between printing and packaging.

Notably, Thailand is now home to 5,000 printing companies employing 120,000 personnel, and consuming more than 2 million tonnes of paper annually; fast transforming into a leading technology hub for printing and imaging equipment, Singapore is looking to partner printer manufacturers keen to explore future technologies and applications in plastic and printed electronics; in Malaysia, the printing industry has been identified as a sector with good potential for further exports and investment; there are around 1,500 printing enterprises in Vietnam; and the Indonesian food processing industry serving a population of 245 million offers significant market potential for packaging and printing services.

 

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