ProPak Asia - Asia’s No.1 Processing & Packaging Event

ProPak Asia grows from strength to strength. Once again delivering its biggest and best-ever show on record and connecting the regional industry at Asia’s Number One trade event for Asia’s rapidly expanding food, drink, pharmaceutical and FMCG markets.

ProPak Asia 2017 will expand into new hall at BITEC giving exhibitors the chance to expand, display more machines and for new exhibitors to join the show. ProPak Asia 2017 will include 8 industry zones for Processing Technology, Packaging Technology, Drink Technology, Pharmaceutical Technology, Lab & Test, Materials, Coding, Marking & Labelling, and Cold chain, Logistics & Warehousing making it easier for buyers and sellers to meet and develop great business together.

As the industry across Asia continues to expand through growing consumer demand, new trends, strong growth rates, increasing exports and intra-ASEAN trade ProPak Asia is the must-attend annual meeting place for the industry across Asia. ProPak Asia 2017 is expanding in line with demand and even with bigger additional space it’s set to be another sell-out event. Book your space early and don’t miss you chance to join one the world’s most important events in one of the world’s most dynamic markets.

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ProPak Asia celebrates industry milestone – 25 years

The 25th edition of the largest processing and packaging event in Asia, ProPak Asia, taking place from 14 – 17 June 2017, will celebrate a quarter of a century of bringing the industry together

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