The IPACK-IMA 2018 world tour stops in the USA, Vietnam, South Africa

The IPACK-IMA 2018 world tour stops in the USA, Vietnam, South Africa

IPACK-IMA. 15-04-2016

The organizational machinery is already running at full speed at IPACK-IMA, one of the world’s leading exhibitions for food and non-food processing and packaging technology on stage in Milan from May 29 to June 1 2018. The new shareholders Ucima and Fiera Milano are already working on some of the novelties in store for the next edition and have kicked off a global promotional campaign to ensure a high number of international visitors coming to the exhibition.

In the last few weeks, the stopovers of the exhibition’s world tour included three important markets: USA, Vietnam and South Africa.

n Naples, Florida IPACK-IMA sponsored the annual meeting of the US’s National Pasta Association. Marked by the unmistakable claim the meeting gathered all of the major producers and suppliers in the North American pasta industry. According to IPO data, with 2 million tons a year the US is the second largest pasta producing country after Italy and the sixth consumer per capita with 8.8 kg.

In Vietnam, IPACK-IMA participated in the exhibition Propak Vietnam, the main processing and packaging event for the food, drink and pharma industries in the Indochinese peninsula held from March 1 to 3 at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC), Ho Chi Minh City. The over 7,000 industry professionals visiting the fair were provided with promotional material and information on IPACK-IMA. In addition, on the eve of the inauguration a networking event was held for Italian and Vietnamese companies, during which Ucima and ICE (Italian trade Agency) representatives invited Vietnamese companies and Associations to visit the next edition of IPACK-IMA.

The unique features of the 2018 edition of Ipack Ima have also been presented to South African industry players during Propak Africa, the continent’s largest event for packaging, food processing, plastic, printing and labelling, held from March 15 to 18 in Johannesburg.

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