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Tokyo Pack 2004
Tokyo, Japan - 5th to 9th Ocrtober 2004
Exhibition / trade show

Tokyo international packaging exhibition
The purpose of this exhibition is to promote technology on production, packaging and distribution through exhibition of not only packaging materials and packaging machinery but also converting machinery, food processing machinery, packaging-related machinery, equipment for environmental protection and material handling-related equipment, In addition, as a place of business negotiation, international exchanges and dispatch of latest information on packaging to the world, to contribute to the development of society to have a global viewpoint is also big purpose of this exhibition.

5th to 9th Ocrtober 2004

Tokyo International Exhibition Center "Tokyo Big sight" 3-21-1, Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0063

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