What: The Total Processing & Packaging Exhibition is the UK’s largest three day event which showcases the latest production line solutions, materials developments and product innovations. Taking place on 4-6 June 2013, the event incorporates Pakex, The PPMA show and Interphex, which together cover every aspect of the processing and packaging industry.
Pakex – One of the world’s oldest packaging events and known globally throughout the packaging industry.
PPMA – A hub dedicated to the latest machinery and equipment across the food, drink, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics sectors.
Interphex – A hub dedicated to manufacturing solutions for the pharmaceutical industry.
Exhibiting at The Total Processing & Packaging Exhibition will enable companies to:
· Engage in powerful face-to-face selling with receptive buyers
· Demonstrate machinery and equipment live to senior professionals
· Network face-to-face with new and existing clients
· Prove products really work and keep up-to-date with the competition
· Generate brand-new business and build brand awareness
Where: NEC, Birmingham, UK
When: 4-6 June 2013
How to get there:
By air: With the city’s international airport located just a few minutes from the NEC, most European capitals are only one to two hours away via more than 100 direct flights each week. A link to the airport railway station means that the NEC can be easily reached from the airport by rail.
By rail: The NEC is directly linked to Birmingham International railway station by an undercover bridgelink and a range of connections are available, including London, which is only 90 minutes away.
By car: The exhibition centre is conveniently located at the hub of the UK motorway system, has plenty of on-site parking facilities (26,000 places) and is served by frequent public transport links, making access to the city centre quick and easy.