ProPak Asia

ProPak Asia 2020 is to take place on 20-23 October at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre in Thailand, according to an official letter from the event organiser.

The PKN team is at ProPak Asia in Bangkok this week, and caught these familiar faces from our packaging industry on camera.

Asia’s largest trade show for packaging and processing machinery kicked off at BITEC in Bangkok yesterday, promising four days and 1800 exhibits focusing on ‘The Future of Processing and Packaging Innovation’.

International cap and closure manufacturer United Caps will exhibit new solutions for three markets at ProPak Asia in Bangkok.

The PackagingTechAsia zone at ProPak Asia next month will feature a range of international suppliers of packaging solutions for the food and drink industry.

At ProPak Asia, the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will not only be exhibiting in the Australian Pavilion but will also be launching the inaugural Global Packaging Forum, in conjunction with the show organisers, to be held on 12 June.

Profile Solutions will be returning to the Australian Pavilion at ProPak Asia this year to showcase its 4LD plastic bottle leak tester.

ProPak Asia has proven successful and an ongoing drawcard for a fair few Aussie companies. INOX and Rhima tell us why they're going back.

Compact engineering will be a theme for ProPak Asia’s Australian contingent, with at least two suppliers exhibiting devices with small footprints.

Australian food processing and packaging solutions supplier tna will exhibit at ProPak Asia for the sixth time this year, bringing its Robag 3ci rotary VFFS solution to the show.

Heat and Control will be at ProPak Asia again this year, featuring a range of solutions for the food processing and packaging industry.

This year’s ProPak Asia conference will see its largest ever Australian contingent, with 17 Aussie companies set to exhibit, along with the Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association.