ProPak Asia (PKA) 2018 returns for its 26th installment with a continued commitment to providing the latest innovations in the packaging and processing industries. ProPak Asia has established itself as the no.1 exhibition of its kind and will meet record attendance numbers, from both visitors and exhibitors, by expanding its capacity from 8 to 9 halls for a total area of 58,000 sq m, a 10% increase from last year.
Over 1,600 exhibitors from 45 countries will showcase the latest processing and packaging technologies and innovations across nine zones from upstream to downstream, including ProcessingTechAsia, PackagingTechAsia, DrinkTechAsia, PharmaTechAsia, Lab&TestAsia, MaterialsAsia, Coding,Marking&LabellingAsia, Coldchain,Logistics&WarehousingAsia and Printech Asia. In addition, there will be 18 pavilions from the following 13 countries including leading producers of machinery from Germany, Italy, Japan and China.
PKA 2018 will feature more than 5,000 advanced machinery solutions for all business sizes, from large enterprises to SMEs and startups. Leading global suppliers will offer a look at the potential of innovative automations and the difference they can make in the future of the processing and packaging industries at this year’s event. Numerous innovations have been functioned into machines to facilitate a smoother production process and enhance productivity. IoT machines, robot co-workers, and manufacturing systems simulations are examples of innovative solutions showcased at this premier exhibition.
“Some people might think that we are still far from achieving Industry 4.0, but a visit to PKA will change this. The event will host the latest in innovative technologies for the processing and packaging industries and showcase their immense capabilities and flexibility. With innovations and a strong vision, Industry 4.0 is possible for us and its benefit will surely break through previous limitations,” said Mr. Justin Pau, General Manager of UBM Asia (Thailand) Co., Ltd. “We are now in another age of industrial revolution and PKA is the bridge to help businesses achieve their goals”
PKA 2018 will be held from 13-16 June, Halls 98 to 106 at BITEC, Bangkok, Thailand. For more information visit www.propakasia.com
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