Pro2Pac is back

Pro2Pac is back

Pro2Pac 2015, will take place alongside The International Food and Drink Event, this year’s foremost UK food and drink trade destination and the inaugural Waste Works show at the ExCeL Centre, London, from March 22nd to 25th. More than 100 suppliers at Pro2Pac will be displaying a host of innovative and exceptional packaging, sustainable packaging materials, new manufacturing equipment and services that help food and drink businesses increase profits and keep up with consumer demand.

This year, businesses showcasing their products and services at the event will benefit from a bumper audience of more than 30,000 senior decision-makers, bringing together key decision makers from the entire food and drink industry to offer unbeatable business and networking opportunities. Some of the biggest names in packaging including Rapid Action Packaging, Beatson Clark, Coveris, SIG Combibloc and the winner of the coveted Packaging Company of the Year Award at the UK Packaging Awards, RPC Group, will feature at the show. Riggs Autopack Ltd will be exhibiting a selection of its Model 1000 volumetric depositors, filling machines, transfer pumps and conveyor filling lines at this year’s Pro2Pac event.

The event also offers a comprehensive line-up of seminars as part of its Pro2Pac Live thought leadership programme put together by top packaging consultant Robert Herridge, Managing Director of Packology. The schedule is packed with the industry’s principal opinion formers and experts who will share their insights on issues such as new technologies, design, sustainability and legislation. The programme will feature case studies from the likes of Global Packaging Innovator for Coca Cola, Sanjay Patel, Tracy Root, Brand Sustainability Strategist and founder of Root and Riverford Organic’s James MacGregor. Leading organisations such as the Retail Institute, Mintel, MMR Research and the Packaging Federation will also be taking part. Pro2Pac is free to attend for registered trade visitors who will also be able to access IFE and Waste Works. Registration for the event is now open at www.pro2pac.co.uk/Register

For more event information, visit www.Pro2Pac.co.uk and to keep up with the latest developments, follow the event on Twitter @Pro2Pac 

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