Exclusive: Interpack 2023 video review
More than 143,000 people were at Interpack 2023. Pic: Interpack
This year’s Interpack drew to a successful conclusion on Wednesday in Düsseldorf, Germany, with around 143,000 people from around the world descending on the Messe venue to participate in the global extravaganza.
Editor Neill Barston delivers an exclusive view review (see it below), discussing the trade fair with key businesses including Theegarten-Pactec, tna, Loeschpack, GR Machinery, Royal Duyvis Wiener, Baker Perkins, the Cama Group, and Aasted, who offer their perspectives on what it’s been like to be back after six years.
As you’ll see from our coverage in our June edition, and also separately with extended reporting online, there have been some genuine innovations at this year’s key packaging and processing show, which is set to return in May 2026.