Floor Space Added At Processing And Packaging Show

Reed Exhibitions has increased the available floor space at Total Processing and Packaging 2010 as companies continue to sign up to participate at the UK event. A further 745.5m of floor space is now available, according to the organiser. The first allocation of additional space that was released at the start of the year has been filled and has led to the doubling in size of the Packaging Innovation Hub, which will focus on packaging materials, containers, pack design and marketing, smart and intelligent packaging and sustainable solutions.

Companies taking stands in the hub include Artenius PET Packaging, Avery Denison, BCP Fluted Packaging, Clarke Rubicon, Plastique, Sleeve Solutions and Tinplate Products. Another development resulting from the increased floor area is the new Robotics and Industrial Vision Pavilion in association with BARA and UKIVA. The pavilion will feature the latest technology solutions that enable businesses to increase productivity while also delivering efficiency savings.

Further highlights of the exhibition will include: a series of dedicated free-to-attend seminars in both the Packaging Innovation and Interphex hubs; and the Design Challenge, where designers and pack and machinery manufacturers work together to explore opportunities for the creation of products, market applications and consumer experiences.

Total Processing and Packaging 2010 is scheduled to take place at the NEC in Birmingham on 25-27 May. Visitor registration, which will enable fast entry into the exhibition on the day, is now open via the event's website. The site also contains information about the exhibition, including travel and accommodation advice and corporate and product details from individual exhibitors.


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