Known as Asia’s number one packaging and processing exhibition ProPak Asia 2019 is at 85% capacity of the 60,000 square metre location with four months remaining until the show opens.
According to Mr Justin Pau, General Manager of UBM Asia (Thailand) Co., Ltd, there are a number of zones within the show that have wait lists, which is a reflection of the standing that the show has in the ASEAN Region.
“To be held from the 12 to 15th of June in Bangkok, Thailand, ProPak Asia has been serving the ASEAN Region for 27 years and is the regional hub for connecting packaging and processing manufacturers and suppliers,” Mr Pau said.
“We anticipate that ProPak Asia 2019 will showcase over 20,000 products and solutions across 1900 exhibitors from 50 countries within 9 zones over 4 days. There will be 18 pavilions from 13 countries including Australia, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, UK, and USA,” he said.
ProPak Asia is divided into nine targeted zones for visitors including ProcessingTechAsia, PackagingTechAsia, DrinkTechAsia, PharmaTechAsia, Lab&TestAsia, Materials Asia, Coding, Marking & Labelling Asia, Coldchain, Logistics & Warehousing Asia and Printech Asia.
Mr Pau added that ‘ProPak Asia 2018 attracted 48,799 buyers from 79 countries which saw a 9.19% increase from the previous year, and we are really excited about the projections for 2019,’
“With ProPak Asia being an established brand in the ASEAN Region the show receives a high number of international visitors and buyers with the Top 12 Asian Countries attending from Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, China, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Korea and Sri Lanka. The figures show increasing demands for technology and automation solutions and a global belief that ProPak Asia is Asia’s most important destination for anyone in the processing & packaging industries,” Mr Pau said.
“ProPak Asia welcomes everyone from across the globe to come and join us for our 27th show on the 12th to 15th of June and for those companies still deciding whether they should exhibit we would recommend that you don’t delay.” he said.