PPMA Total Show to highlight key packaging and processing ranges

The PPMA Total Show, held every three years and considered as the UK’s largest processing and packaging machinery exhibition, returns this autumn to the Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre (NEC).
This year’s event will be held between 1-3 October, covering  over 13,200 square metres and featuring more than 400 exhibitors, including many from within the confectionery and bakery sectors.

The 2019 show encompasses the breadth of the packaging and processing industry, including food, beverage, pharmaceuticals, household products and toiletries, building materials and supplies, pet care, micro-brewery and distilleries, FMCG, and contract packers.

Exhibitors will showcase the very latest products and solutions in processing and packaging machinery, robotics and industrial vision systems.

Companies already confirmed include: Karmelle, Polar Systems, Krones, Sidel, Evolution Bottling & Packaging, Ishida, Mariani, Herma, Selo, Holmach, and Cox & Plant.

Dr Andrew Mint, chief executive officer of PPMA Group of Associations said: “Last year’s show saw the largest ever audience to a PPMA event, surpassing all our expectations. From the incredible range of new products to the vibrancy of debate during the conference, last year’s show reinforced our confidence that the industries we serve never stop developing and looking for new ways to achieve growth”.
The Enterprise Zone
PPMA Total Show 2019 will offer visitors a focal point for networking, discovery and live debate via its Enterprise Zone. Alongside holding dedicated meeting areas and activities, there will be a full conference programme across all three days of the show, which will include insightful keynotes courtesy of high profile and respected industry experts. Collectively, they will provide information on the latest challenges facing the packaging and processing industry.
Case studies, panel discussions and presentations will provide visitors with real examples of best practice manufacturing and excellence in processing and packaging production, aiming to motivate and inspire visitors to improve their businesses.

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