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Date announced for Pro2Pac 2013

20 September 2012

The UK processing and packaging exhibition dedicated to the food and drink sector, Pro2Pac, is set to make its return from 17-20 March 2013

Offering a 360-degree perspective into key industry issues, Pro2Pac 2013 will showcase the latest in innovative packaging, sustainable materials, manufacturing equipment and packaging services from over 140 companies, enabling delegates to maximise efficiency within their supply chains and boost profitability.

New for this year, a range of international exhibitors will bring some of the most up to date packaging and processing technologies from around the world to the event.

At the heart of the exhibition will be the Pro2Pac seminar theatre, set to be one of the main attractions, which will feature a packed programme of thought leaders and industry experts delivering talks on key issues and current hot topics, including sustainability, legislation and risk management.

Also new for this year, exhibitors have the chance to showcase their ground-breaking and new packaging concepts, and a business mentoring centre will give visitors a chance to network with industry experts throughout the exhibition.

Pro2Pac is co-located with IFE13, the UK’s largest food and drink trade event, uniting key decision makers from the entire food and drink industry, and attracting a truly international audience of manufacturers, retailers and third-party suppliers looking to source solutions to their processing and packaging needs. Trade visitors registering in advance on the Pro2Pac website will gain free entry to the event.


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