• Welcome Home to Dusseldorf after six long years: Lindy Hughson, managing editor & publisher of PKN, at the start of the show.
    Welcome Home to Dusseldorf after six long years: Lindy Hughson, managing editor & publisher of PKN, at the start of the show.
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Interpack's triumphant return after six years is highlighted in this video overview by PKN. Lindy Hughson joined the crowds to walk the halls of the world’s biggest packaging and processing show, and captured conversations with Australians on the stands of their global partners, and others along the way.

Firstly, here's our highlights reel that captures the scope and scale of the show, and just some of the intersting footage we caught on our rounds:

The PKN video interviews from Interpack, conducted by managing editor and publisher Lindy Hughson, can be found below, in order of appearance:

Blake Svejkovsky from Heat and Control. Click here

Brian Gilmore from FlexCAM Australia and Vincent Altazin from Tecma Aries. Click here

Brian Gilmore from FlexCAM Australia and Stefan von Westberg from Flexlink. Click here

Jason Valente from PerForm Packaging Solutions and Chrstoph Trunzer from Grunwald. Click here

Michael Dossor from Result Group and Martin Kühl from HERMA. Click here

Stephen Tagg, Erik Lagarde and Luigi Marinoni from Markem-Imaje. Click here

Alessandro Rocca from Cama Group and Tony DiNallo from J.L. Lennard. Click here

Gabriel Chillarón Cortizo from Mengibar and Chris Yule from Foodmach. Click here

Christophe Lopez from Leibinger and Michael Dossor from Result Group. Click here

Emanuele Piva from PE Labellers and Rym Kachouri from Foodmach. Click here

Enrico and Valentina Aureli from Robopac. Click here

Interpack director Thomas Dohse. Click here

PulPac co-founder and CEO Linus Larsson Green. Click here

Paweł Kowalczyk from Solaris Laser and Matt Nichol from Matthews Australasia. Click here

Peter Mellon from PWR and Jason Valente from PerForm Packaging Solutions. Click here

Simon Jones from Antares Vision and Michael Dossor from Result Group. Click here

Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) chairman Mark Dingley. Click here

Mattias Ackers from Evolabel and Mark Dingley from Matthews Australasia. Click here

drupa director Sabine Geldermann. Click here

Steven Karavendzis from Krones. Click here

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