Propak Africa is recognised as Africa’s ultimate packaging, food processing, plastics, printing and labelling exhibition. From 12 to 15 March, over 600 exhibitors across three massive halls and outdoor exhibit areas at Nasrec Expo Centre gave visitors an opportunity to see the latest, state of the art equipment and machinery, auxiliary products and services.
Engineering, equipment and lots of excitement
Visitors have engaged with exhibitors on their products and services. They have also found out more about skills development programmes within the packaging and associated manufacturing industries.
Each day of the show had a particular theme. Day one was new products, day two sustainability, day three skills development and day four, features the local is lekker theme, focusing on everything South African.
Show organiser, Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery has created a series of video clips featuring some of the excitement of Propak Africa 2019. This video of day two is all about sustainability.
Unlimited educational value
Propak Africa also featured free to attend seminars, with presentation content on Packaging For The Future, Packaging 4.0, Top Consumer Trends, Africa Insights, SA Packaging Market Overview and more.
In addition to the seminars, four conferences took place at Propak Africa, providing additional learning opportunities for visitors. The Institute of Packaging SA Think Tank ran on 12 and 13 March, also on 13 March – the Printing SA and South African Institute of Printing Conference and the WWF-SA Design for Recycling Workshop took place. VDS Media’s Propak Africa Packaging Innovation and Sustainability Conference took place on 14 March.
The show has been taking place in Johannesburg, from 09h00 to 17h00 daily, so you still have time to catch the last few hours of Propak Africa, if you haven’t had a chance to attend as yet.