Events and Expos

UL to host its first seminar at in-cosmetics Paris

Graphic element for UL’s Prospector innovation symposiumUnderwriters Laboratories (UL) is bringing together leading personal care companies for its inaugural innovation symposium on 13 April at in-cosmetics, the premier global business trade show for personal care ingredients.

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The best end-of-line technologies at Propak Africa 2016

Marchesini will showcase the MA 352 horizontal continuous-motion cartoning machine at Propak Africa2016The Marchesini Group will be showcasing best-in-class “Made in Italy” solutions at Propak Africa 2016, which is being held from 15 to 18 March at the Expo Centre of Nasrec, Johannesburg.

Traceability Solutions to showcase unique solutions to African market

Traceability Solutions is an exhibitor at Propak Africa 2016German and Italian quality engineered inkjet, coding, labelling and automated conveyor systems will take centre stage at the Traceability Solutions stand at Propak Africa 2016.

North America takes centre stage at in-cosmetics 2016

When it returns to Paris in 2016, in-cosmetics will shine a light on North America – the largest personal care market in the world. The exhibition will take place from 12 to 14 April, at the Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles, in Paris, France. Visitors from around the world will be given a chance to learn what keeps the US at the forefront of the industry and what the coming trends will be.

Propak Africa 2016 to highlight packaging’s role in the economy

Robatech’s FK IT 25/50/75 hot melt coating heads provide more flexibility during intermittent surface coating.The importance of packaging and its related industries will take centre stage at Propak Africa 2016, one of Africa’s largest packaging, food processing, plastics, printing and labelling trade exhibitions.

The South African packaging industry plays an important role in the local economy, contributing R79 billion in 2014. Plastics packaging makes up the largest share, contributing R35.9 billion in 2014. This is followed by paper and board packaging, contributing R25.2 billion to the economy last year.

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