Packaging For Tomorrow
The Indian Institute of Packaging, a 45 year old autonomous body in Packaging Technology under the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India announced the 14th edition of INDPACK-2011, the National Three-Day Packaging Exhibition with a theme of Packaging For Tomorrow to be held on November 24th-26th, 2011 at Hyderabad International Convention centre, Hyderabad.
After the successes of previous editions of Indpack it has grown as a brand name in Indian Packaging industry and world over. Recognizing that the new trends and development are essential to the industry’s bright future, the Indian Institute of Packaging, through Indpack, seeks to provide a perfect platform to bring the packaging industry under one roof.
With the support from Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Ministry of Food Processing Industry, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India and many Trade Associations, from India and abroad including World Packaging Organization and Asian Packaging Federation, Indpack is all set to continue the success story in 2011 edition.
The Exhibition is supported by The Ministry of Commerce & Industry and The Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Govt of India and will be inaugurated by the Chief Guest, Mr. Rakesh Kacker, I.A.S., Secretary – Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Mr. Ajit singh, Chairman, ACG worldwide is the Guest of Honour.
A curtain raiser launch of the event was held at Bengaluru presided by, Prof N.C.Saha, Director, IIP alongwith him the other luminaries from the industry such as Mr. Diwakar Shetty, Vice chairman-IIP, Mr. A.V.P.S. Chakravarthi, Chairman-IIP Hyderabad, Mr. P. Dasgupta, Chairman- National Conference and Dr. B.K. Karna, Head, IIP, Hyderabad were present.
Coinciding with this exhibition, the Institute is also organising The National Packaging Conference on “Modern Trends in Packaging of Food and Pharmaceutical Products” which will be held at HICC, Hyderabad during November 25 & 26, 2011.
Sixteen technical sessions will be covered during this one and half day conference by the eminent speakers from India and abroad. Over 250 delegates comprising of packaging raw material manufacturers, converters, packaging machinery suppliers and packaging user industries would be participating in this national conference.
INDPACK 2011 will showcase innovative packaging materials, technologies, systems and machineries bringing together all the stakeholders who are directly or indirectly related to packaging business into a single platform and share knowledge and information on the latest trends and technologies of packaging. Till date, over 100 exhibitors from the MSME sectors of South India have confirmed participation, more are expected. It is estimated to attract over 5000-6000 visitors from across the country.