The world’s biggest packaging expo interpack will go ahead in three months’ time, with the organiser reducing exhibition costs, and giving special right of termination to exhibitors who want to withdraw. Read more
With news of HP’s cancelled participation at interpack and drupa next year, uncertainty continues to prevail over the status of interpack 2021. PKN spoke to Australia interpack rep Robert Laing for the latest.
As fears over the coronavirus continue to sweep the world, and Italy announces a country-wide lockdown, there's a ripple effect on major events and public gatherings in affected areas. As of today there is no change in status for interpack, scheduled for early May.
The major global packaging show interpack is less than three months away, and local rep Robert Laing is ready to provide information and assistance to all who are preparing or considering making the trip to Dusseldorf for the once-every-three-years event.
Ahead of global packaging and processing megashow interpack 2020, Melanie Streich reports on the confectionery and bakery packaging markets, looking at machinery and production trends.
In this technical article for interpack, Melanie Streich examines the latest developments in pharmaceutical packaging technology.
During Interpack it was announced that the Australian Institute of Packaging will play host to the 2018 WPO WorldStar Awards.
At Interpack, Multivac deomonstrated its expertise in vacuum skin technology and showcased a broad spectrum of special packaging machines to meet the widest range of requirements for pack size, output and level of automation.
At the world's biggest packaging innovation platform, there are new products a-plenty vying for visitors' attention. And it's not always the biggest and brightest that grab attention. Here's what we took a closer look at.
There was so much to see on the Bosch Packaging Technology stand, visitors were spoilt for choice with systems designed to meet manufacturers’ growing demands for increased productivity, flexibility and high quality.
This year for the first time, the Australian Institute of Packaging had a presence at Interpack on the World Packaging Organisation's stand in the SAVE FOOD pavilion.
It was a record high all round for Interpack this year, with over 170,000 visitors from 168 countries in attendance, 74% of which had travelled from abroad, many Australians among them.
Interpack saw the launch of SICK's new KTS and KTX product families presenting new powerful contrast and colour sensors from a forward-looking platform.
Australian headquartered packaging and processing solutions provider tna has wrapped up its most successful Interpack show to date, selling over 7m euro (A$10.5m) of equipment.
It's estimated by Interpack organisers that Australians make up two per cent of the exhibitors at Interpack, so on a total of 170,000 strong, that makes it around 3400 visiting from down under. Here's a few we bumped into.
At Interpack 2017, Domino Printing Sciences announced further technology advances around its recently released AxSeries continuous inkjet printers.
At Interpack 2017 this week, plastics converting giant RPC Group - which has recently bought two Australian companies - is showcasing award-winning innovation.