PACK Print Plas Philippines and Manufacturing Technology World, the largest and only trade show dedicated to the inter-related industries of packaging, printing, plastics, and manufacturing industry in the country, returns for its biggest edition to date.
The event will be held on October 11 to 13 at the SMX Convention Center Manila in Pasay City. Visitors are encouraged to pre-register online at www.globallinkmp.com for free admission.
“This year, we will welcome more than 300 local and international exhibitors representing brands and technologies from more than 20 countries, making it a convenient way for companies involved in the business of manufacturing, printing, packaging, and plastics to source new products and meet new potential business partners,” said Patrick Lawrence Tan, CEO of Global-Link MP Events International Inc., organizer of the show.
Pack Print Plas Philippines brings together the industries best in packaging, plastics, printing, and office supplies. Held in the three business capitals in the Philippines, Cebu, Davao and now Manila, it serves as an avenue for stakeholders to source the latest innovations in the market today.
After more than two decades, Pack Print Plas Philippines continues to serve these big industries and its stakeholders by providing them with a venue to connect. This year, the show will even feature foreign companies seeking for local importers, distributors, and wholesalers. The list includes: Beijing Neogreen Exhibitions Co. Ltd, Dalian FTZ Globe International Trading Co Ltd, Foshan Gongzheng Plastics Machinery Co. Ltd, Guangdong Liansu (Fetchina), Guangdong Yizumi Precision Moulding machinery Co. Ltd, Inktec Co., Jiansu Acemien Machinery Co. Ltd (Fetchina), Kiefel GMBH, Kushan Neo-Ental Machinery Co Ltd, Qingdao Kefengyuan Plastic Machinery Co. Ltd, (Aoger), Qingdao Keshengda Plastic Machinery Co. Ltd (Aoger), Quanzhou Sanwei Chemical Inds Co. Ltd (Fetchina), Ruian Bocheng Machinery Co. Ltd, Shanghai Jwell Extrusion Machinery Co. Ltd (Ruhrmesse), and many more.
The event is made possible by the support of three of the leading industry organizations: the Philippine Center for Print Excellence Foundation, Inc., the Philippine Plastics Industry Association, Inc., and the Packaging Institute of the Philippines.
“It is through this trade show that people will get first-hand experience the latest innovative technologies and see that it will be a worthwhile investment,” said President Vicente Co of Philippine Plastics Industry Association. The plastics industry continues to be a growing business despite. According to a report made by Mordor Intelligence in 2017, the packaging application accounted for the highest market share of the plastics industry at 48%, recording a steady growth over the period.
“With a lot of growth potential in food-related technology in the manufacturing space that has yet to be tapped, Pack Print Plas event is quite relevant in the building of the Philippine economy,” President Joseph Jocson of Packaging Institute of the Philippines said. Philip Lao, president of PCPEF added, “We are positive that as we work together with associations and stakeholders of the packaging and plastics industry, it will enable us to discover more innovative ways to reach a more progressive Philippine trade industry.”
Pack Print Plas Philippines is held coinciding with Manufacturing Technology World which made this event the ultimate trade show each year. With its yearly success, this trade show has become the most reliable platform for exhibitors and visitors as it serves as an efficient venue to grow their businesses, both in terms of sales and technological advancement.
Pack Print Plas Philippines and Manufacturing Technology World will be open from 10 a.m. to 06:30 p.m. daily from October 11 to 13. Interested trade visitors and professionals may pre-register at www.globallinkmp.com/ppp and/or www.globallinkmp.com/mtw to get a complimentary 1-day visitor pass. For more information on the event, contact the organizers at tel. no. (632) 893-7973.
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