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2015 Global Food & Beverage Packaging Summit
Chicago, United States - July 07, 2015 - July 08, 2015
Conference / congress

Competitive & cost-effective packaging innovations & solutions for tomorrow's customer

Whether you are a marketing/brand manager or a production engineer, the Global Food & Beverage Packaging Summit will break down barriers to the robust packaging designs and solutions your company has to offer. Over 30 conference sessions, 50 presenters, an exhibitor-filled Showcase, and exclusive networking event.

Date(s):
July 07, 2015 - July 08, 2015

Time(s):
3:00 am - 12:00 pm (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)

Venue:
Intercontinental Chicago Magnificent Mile

Ticketing:
USD 50 - USD 1495

Contact for booking / more info:
3104453715

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