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ALL4PACK Paris 2016 is to exclusively play host to the worlwide exhbition "Exhibition 10/10" (Exposition 10/10) produced and designed by the Pentawards. Over four days, 100 original and suitable packaging solutions will be presented together in 10 categories.
Come and gain new insight into packaging and handling during ALL4PACK Paris in November with Le Forum, a series of Talks and technical workshops about the Packaging industry and the supply chain 4.0: Digitalisation of the value chain, automation, robotics to improve firms’ industrial...
ALL4PACK Paris show is an industry benchmark event. It brings together around 100,000 professionals (EMEA zone) aiming to seize on a unique opportunity to acquire intelligence on effective innovation.
From raw materials through to intralogistics and dispatching, the packing and packaging sector has become an integrated, innovative and fully-connected production chain. This international event will be held from 14 to 17 November 2016 at Paris-Nord Villepinte in France and will draw 98,000 professionals and top buyers.
The international trade show gathers together industry stakeholders from the food, liquids, cosmetics, beauty, luxury goods, healthcare, pharmaceutical, retail and consumer goods sectors, offering them 4 days of meetings, demonstrations, innovation and presentations.
ALL4PACK Paris offers an exhaustive range of products and solutions to showcase all the innovative capabilities of the packaging sector: Raw materials, consumables and films / Processing and packing machines / Labelling, tracking, marking and coding machines / Secondary, tertiary and dispatching machines / Packaging and containers / Packaging printing, transformation, labels.
It also caters to the Handling industry with Continuous handling / Automated systems / Logistics services and IT, other services / Storage and Warehousing equipment / Lifting / Telehandlers.
Created in 2005 by EMBALLAGE, the Packaging Observatory aims each year to offer insight into this crucial sector of the French economy, enabling the entire industry (purchasers, manufacturers and distributors) to anticipate developments in packaging.