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Paris, France - November 17th to 20th
Exhibition / trade show

In the context of an increasingly integrated production channel, 2014 marks the joint EMBALLAGE and MANUTENTION shows held in Paris. From 17th to 20th November at the Paris Nord Villepinte exhibition centre, this biennial international event brings four complementary business sectors to life: Packaging, Processing, Printing and Handling.

This global event brings together about 100,000 international professionals (EMEA), eager to seize the opportunity of unique overviews and insight into useful innovation:
  • Clear operational innovations, with over 1,500 exhibitors (suppliers, manufacturers...) presenting soutions that are ready to be implemented; a unique place for sourcing ideas and partners;
  • Prospective innovations to identify the trends of the future, with a 4-day immersion in a "laboratory" of future solutions for packing, packaging, processing, printing and intra-logistics;
  • Interactive innovations, based on effective professional exchanges thanks to discussions with experts, thematic meetings and high-level conferences. A visit with high added value.

November 17th to 20th

Paris Nord Villepinte exhibition centre

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