Hanoi Plas Print Pack 2019 kicks off

Wednesday, 2019-04-24 17:57:37
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The 2019 Hanoi Plas Print Pack kicks off at the Hanoi International Centre of Exhibition on April 24. (Photo:congthuong.vn)
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NDO – The 2019 Hanoi Plas Print Pack, a biennial international exhibition on the plastic, print and packaging industry, kicked off at the Hanoi International Centre of Exhibition in Hanoi on April 24.

Organised by the Vietnam National Trade Fair and Advertising Company (Vinexad), Yorkers Trade and Marketing Service Co., Ltd. and the Vietnam Plastics Association, the exhibition runs until April 27, 2019.

This year’s event is taking place on an area of 8,500sq.m, with the participation of 180 companies from 10 countries and territories, including India, Taiwan (China), the Netherlands, the Republic of Korea, Hong Kong (China), Malaysia, Japan, Singapore, China, and Vietnam.

The number of exhibitors has increased by 50% since the last edition due to the growth of northern markets and the potential of the Vietnamese market. The exhibition is expected to lure in over 8,000 customers and businesses for trade exchanges.

Hanoi Plas Print Pack 2019 covers most phases of the production process. In the raw material segment, companies Toyo and De Paauw will introduce plenty of products made from high-quality and recycled plastics, while Chyi Yang, Aoxiang, and Polystar will present multi-layer plastic film blowing machines.

In packaging, Hemingstone and Chao Wei will showcase bag making machines with various functions. For the printing segment, Truong Thinh will introduce Germany’s industrial inkjet printer Leibinger, while Queesense will present aniline printer for polyethylene, cell phones, paper, and other packaging materials.

Besides, packaging, automobiles, and electronics are expected to lead the Vietnamese market during this period. Notably, the world's leading brands such as Foxconn and Samsung have already set foot in Vietnam.

Under the framework of the exhibition, a workshop discussing the Industry 4.0 opportunities in the Vietnamese plastic and packaging sector will take place on April 24 with the participation of several experts.