Optimal possibilities in the Indian market: With International PackTech India 2012!
Are you a manufacturer of machines and systems for packaging, process technology and the printing of packaging materials? Do you want to make use of the chance to get into an attractive market or to expand your position there? Do you want to win over a suitably qualified technical public of entrepreneurs, engineers and buyers with what you have to offer? Then there is only one trade fair that comes into question for you: International PackTech India 2012 in Mumbai is your key to success.
These are points that speak for themselves: first class quality, comprehensive service, excellent anchoring in this sector!
This is what you can expect:
-An established event: International PackTech India, an offshoot of the leading trade fair in the world in this field, interpack, is being held for the seventh time now. It is extremely well known in this sector and is highly esteemed by Indian experts in this field. This is a guarantee for you: Your customers will be coming here.
-Successful duo: In 2010 International PackTech India was held for the first time simultaneously and at the same location as drink technology India, organised by Messe München. A resounding success: Exhibitors and visitors profited from the synergy effects that the two trade fairs offered to the technical public. The two trade fairs will be held together in 2012 as well.
-Suitably matched main points: Packaging, Processing, Printing, Beverages and Liquid Food are the sectors where it is happening. International PackTech India and drink technology India are being held together – and so reflect the entire market for food and beverage processing.
-High level of satisfaction by all participants: In 2010 there were 6,000 visitors to the two trade fairs. Of these, 93% saw their expectations as having been completely fulfilled, 99% want to come back again in 2012 as well. The exhibitors likewise gave us top ratings: 91% praised the ability that was provided to reach their target groups precisely, and 93% want to exhibit again in 2012.
-Clear signals: In 2010 there was a total of 201 exhibitors from 22 different countries. Especially interesting: Compared to the previous event, the non-Indian exhibitors doubled the net area that they took up.