Moving the exhibition from February 2022 to the later part of the year will offer better planning security and confidence for Thai companies and international exhibitors.
The upcoming edition of PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL will now be moved to 9-12 February 2022 at BITEC, Bangkok. The move to next year from the original September 2021 date, will allow for optimum participation for the international trade fair which at each edition since it started in 2007 has seen growing participation from global players and the who’s who from the packaging and printing sectors.
The upcoming edition of PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL taking place this September at BITEC, Bangkok, will co-locate for the first time with Maintenance & Resilience ASIA organised by the Japan Management Association (JMA).
The 2021 exhibition theme takes on an optimistic outlook to focus on future-oriented technology and innovation as it presents end-to- end packaging and printing solutions
Breaking records and exceeding expectations yet again is the 7th edition of PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL held at BITEC, Bangkok last month. Closing to resounding success, the biennially-staged International Packaging and Printing Exhibition for Asia welcomed over 19,000 packaging and printing trade visitors from 62 countries, representing a near 15 percent increase from 2017 and clocking in a high 30 percent of overseas visitorship. Top five visitor markets registered from abroad were India, Singapore, Malaysia, China, and Vietnam. Similar upward trend was seen on the exhibitor’s front, where an almost 10% increase in participation was recorded. This brought to the bustling show floor future ready innovations and solutions by 325 companies and brands from 30 countries, including some of the best local players as well as national pavilions from Germany, China, Thailand, Singapore and Taiwan.
Opening its exhibition doors this morning at BITEC, Bangkok, are four sector-leading exhibitions: wire and Tube Southeast Asia, PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL and T-PLAS 2019, which will welcome over 30,000 trade visitors, with some 30 percent from outside Thailand, from now till 20 and 21 September respectively. Each of these exhibitions are driven by the world’s No.1 trade fairs in the sectors they represent, by the Messe Düsseldorf Group in Germany, thus playing an essential role in providing effective B2B platforms.
Thailand’s printing and packaging industries registered over 300 billion Baht in 2018 of which 40 percent came from the printing industry and 60 percent from packaging. This year is looking to post positive and optimistic outlooks led by 3 supporting growth industries – Food and Beverage, Pharmaceuticals and Cosmetics, and e-Commerce. A tripartite collaboration between Messe Düsseldorf Asia, The Thai Packaging Association and The Thai Printing Association, PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL is a must-visit exhibition for the packaging and printing industries. The 7th edition will showcase 300 leading companies from 25 countries and will take place from 18-21 September 2019 at BITEC, Bangkok.
Packaging and printing innovations and new technology will come under one roof at the next edition of PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL, taking place from 18 – 21 September 2019 at BITEC, Bangkok, Thailand. A tripartite collaboration between Messe Düsseldorf Asia, The Thai Packaging Association and The Thai Printing Association, PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL, modelled after No.1 global trade fairs in their respective sectors – drupa and interpack, will mirror latest trends in the packaging and printing markets at its 7th and latest instalment.
PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL – the 6th International Packaging and Printing Exhibition for Asia, welcomed a record-breaking 17,452 visitors from 59 countries this year from a wide range of end-user industries. With 300 exhibitors from 25 countries and national groups from Germany, Taiwan, China, Thailand, and for the first time, Singapore, the bustling show floor included brand names from around the world as well as some of the best local players, all bringing to the forefront the future ready theme of packaging and printing 4.0.
The sixth edition of PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL was officially opened by Dr Somchai Harnhirun, Ph.D. Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry, with the theme of “Packaging and Printing for the Future” to bring forward latest technological innovations in line with ‘Thailand 4.0’ development plan. The exhibition highlights Thailand’s strength as Southeast Asia’s printing and packaging hub with top-class capabilities. The full spectrum of the pack and print value chain will come to life with in-demand machinery and 4.0-driven solutions presented by 300 exhibitors from 20 countries, including national pavilions and groups from Austria, China, Germany, Malaysia, Taiwan, and for the first-time Singapore.
Returning to Bangkok for its 6th edition from 20 – 23 September 2017, PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL, modelled after the world’s leading trade exhibitions in their sectors – drupa and interpack – is a tripartite collaboration between The Thai Packaging Association, The Thai Printing Association and Messe Düsseldorf Asia.
Returning for its 6th edition, PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL will present an impressive display of the best in machinery, technologies and solutions from the packaging and printing sectors. Modelled after the world’s leading trade exhibitions in their sectors – drupa and interpack, PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL is jointly organised by The Thai Packaging Association, The Thai Printing Association and Messe Düsseldorf Asia. This year, on show are 300 leading exhibitors from 20 countries, including national and country groups from Germany – organised by VDMA with approved funding from Federal Republic of Germany, Taiwan, China, Thailand, Japan and for the first time, Singapore. The biennially-held specialist trade fair – quintessentially one that is curated by the industry, for the industry, continues to gain a foothold in the region as seen through the strong participation and representation – many of which are repeat exhibitors from the packaging and printing industry leaders that include; HEWLETT-PACKARD, KOENIG & BAUER GROUP (KBA), KONICA MINOLTA, DUPLO, BOBST, FERROSTAAL, FUJI XEROX, RISO, CYBER SM, BST ELTROMAT, BPS UNITED, PMC LABEL MATERIALS, KEYWELL INDUSTRIAL, ROTOMETRICS, KURZ, ZUND ASIA, NAKAYAMA CORPORATION, TSUKATANI, MBA INTERNATIONAL, HARN ENGINEERING, WAH HO PACKAGING, RICOH, THAI KK, SIAM TOPPAN, SCG PACKAGING and many more.
PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL 2017, Southeast Asia's premier exhibition for the packaging and printing industries, returns to Bangkok, Thailand from 20 to 23 September. The sixth edition of the biennially-held trade exhibition, created by the industry for the industry, is jointly organised by Messe Dusseldorf Asia, The Thai Packaging Association and The Thai Printing Association. PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL is driven by the global expertise of the No.1 global trade fairs in their respective sectors - drupa and interpack, organised by the Messe Dusseldorf group. Following the implementation of "Thailand 4.0" an economic model that will enable Thailand to transform the country into a value-based and innovation-driven economy, moving from producing commodities to innovative products; emphasising on promoting technology, creativity, and innovation in focused industries and changing from a production-based to a service-based economy, it has also prompted nation- and industry- wide movements across the packaging and printing sectors - through Packaging and Printing 4.0 - in keeping towards the end goal of increasing the capabilities of Thai industries through technology and innovation.
As Thailand's leading packaging and printing trade fair for the industry, by the industry, PACK PRINT INTERNATIONAL, The International Packaging and Printing Exhibition for Asia, returns for its 6th instalment with a renewed focus on the packaging sector. The exhibition will present the entire value chain that is, from ideation to creation bringing to the forefront the full spectrum of the printing and packaging sectors; from developing new products and technology to creating packaging that protects food for a longer shelf life to digital printing's economic and speed-to-market advantages for mainstream package decoration.