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Propak Cape highlights packaging and latest industry trends

Propak Cape highlights packaging and latest industry trends

The Propak Cape, incorporating FoodPro, Pro-Plas Expo, Print Expo and Pro-Label Cape, is currently taking place at the Cape Town International Conference Centre (CTICC) from 21-23 October and showcasing the packaging, food processing, plastics, printing, labelling and wine manufacturing equipment industries.

“There is a full programme for visitors to Propak Cape with the latest machinery and equipment on show, daily live demonstrations and industry experts on the stands to interact with visitors,” says Gary Corin, Managing Director of Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery, the organisers of Propak Cape.

“There will be a free-to-attend seminars for the full day on 23 October covering topics on packaging, plastics, printing, food labelling regulations, effective food processing, recycling, design, innovation and leadership, amongst others.”

Plastics SA also ran two workshops alongside Propak Cape with the themes ‘Spotlight on Responsible Packaging and Value Chain Thinking’ and ‘Zero Plastics to Landfill’. Showcasing the latest products and technology advancements, Propak Cape will enable visitors to see the best of what this innovative industry can produce.

With over 230 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and technology advancements, Propak Cape enables visitors to see the best of what this innovative industry can produce.

Propak Cape has the support of The Institute of Packaging in SA (IPSA), Printing SA, Plastics SA and the Packaging Council of South Africa. For greater reach into Africa and overseas, Propak Cape also enjoys the support of Chambers of Commerce and Trade Consuls throughout Africa.

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