interpack 2017: Greiner Packaging presents forward-looking technologies
interpack is one of the most important international packaging events for the food, drink, confectionary, baked goods, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, non-food, and industrial goods industries. The packaging industry will meet in Dusseldorf from May 4 to 10, 2017. Greiner Packaging will also be presenting its diverse range of innovative products for the first time in nine years.
More than 2,700 exhibitors from some 60 countries, occupying 262,499 square meters in 19 halls will present the latest trends and current developments of the packaging industry at the Düsseldorf exhibition grounds. interpack Is a unique platform for companies and their products and solutions. Greiner Packaging recognizes this as well and will use the opportunity to inform existing and potential customers, partners, and interested exhibition visitors about its product and technology offerings. Greiner Packaging’s key focus areas are diverse and range from solutions in the field of barriers to sustainable products, innovative technologies, and strategic approaches in the area of globalization. “We would like to use the exhibition to talk with the visitors. We want to show that we are currently already well-prepared for changes in the future, that we know in which direction trends are developing, and how we as packaging specialists can handle these in the best possible manner. Under the banner of "Ask us!”, we are ready to answer the questions of our guests – whether they be about longer food shelf life, creative design ideas, or our new sites in Turkey or India,” says Manfred Stanek, CEO of Greiner Packaging. The exhibition booth also has a special extra – a virtual reality room, in which existing and potential customers can see for themselves, using a selected production process, how efficient, fast, and clean production is at Greiner Packaging. “We stand for top quality as well as innovative processes and, using the virtual application, demonstrate that to our customers. We would like to show that we are using technologies that play an important role today, but above all, also in the future,” says Manfred Stanek.
Key points at the exhibition reflect social trends
With its key points at the exhibition, Greiner Packaging is responding to current social trends and is showing how packaging changes as a result and what added value these can offer in the future:
- Reduction of food wastage: Barrier packaging
- Rising demand for light packaging: Plastic replaces metal and glass
- Increasing ecological awareness: Cardboard-plastic combinations
- Increasing urbanization: Diverse product range
- Desire for versatile convenience products: Innovative packaging solutions
- Ageing population: High-quality healthcare packaging
- Increased globalization: Commitment to foreign markets
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