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New September dates for PPMA Total 2016

04 April 2016

The PPMA Total Show has moved from its regular summer slot. This year the event will, instead be held in September. It does however, remain at its regular Birmingham NEC venue. 

The event, which provides an annual UK showcase for the latest innovations in processing and packaging machinery, materials, containers and packaging design, will take place from 27-29 September 2016. Expanding on the success achieved at the PPMA Show 2015, the Total 2016 exhibition will open its doors to a range of materials, containers and packaging design companies as well as playing host to companies specialising in pharmaceutical manufacturing equipment and engineering solutions. Incorporating PPMA, Pakex and Interphex, the show aims to provide businesses across the packaging design and pharmaceutical sectors with an opportunity to reach decision makers and showcase how their solutions can address a number of particular packaging and processing challenges.

With returning exhibitors, including Bosch Packaging Technology, Schubert, Reiser and Festo, already confirmed to join the 2016 line-up, organisers are confident that this year’s show will be bigger and better than ever before. Speaking about its return, Grant Jamieson, chairman, PPMA Group of Associations, said: “The PPMA Total Show brings together buyers and sellers at one of the most visually dynamic exhibitions of the latest processing and packaging machinery, materials, industrial automation and vision innovations. What’s more as a trade association we have been able to keep stand space pricing as competitive as possible, offering the very best value to members and non-members alike.”

In addition to an exciting line-up of seminar speakers and show features, which will be confirmed in the coming months, exhibitors and visitors to the PPMA Total Show 2016 can discover more about PPMA BEST (Business Education Skills and Training). The charity, established by the PPMA Group in 2014, encourages young people to enter and develop a career in engineering within the processing packaging, robotics, automation and industrial vision supply industries through education, training and support.  

New PPMA Group CEO, Andrew Mint, said: “I am delighted to join the PPMA Group ahead of The PPMA Total Show 2016. The show is a great opportunity for businesses to get their brand, products and equipment in front of a high profile audience and celebrate the innovation that the industry has to offer.”


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