interpack 2020 completely booked out!

The interpack 2020 trade fair is totally booked out. By the time the official registration deadline for the most important international event for the packaging industry and related process industries had arrived, businesses had inquired about far more space than was available at the Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre – as had already been the case with the previous editions.

The around 3,000 exhibitors expected from approximately 60 countries will therefore again be occupying all 18 of the available halls as well as large parts of the outdoor facilities when the fair takes place from 7 to 13 May 2020. ‘components – special trade fair by interpack’ with offerings from the industry that supplies packaging technologies, is in its third edition and will again be staged entirely concurrently with interpack in the temporary Hall 18, is also totally booked out. One ticket entitles holders to admission to both fairs.

More efficient trade fair visit

Interpack focuses on packaging solutions and related process technology, addresses target groups in the fields of food, drinks, confectionery, bakery products, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, non-food consumer goods and industrial goods. Exhibitors have now also been brought together to create more focused segments with corresponding offerings in order to prevent visitors from these industries from having to cover long distances.

The offerings in these halls have also been more clearly structured so that it will be easier for visitors to find the exhibitors that are of interest to them here. Offerings that focus on specific process steps have also been grouped closer together.

‘components’ to run entirely concurrently with interpack

The concept of ‘components – special trade fair by interpack’ is to be continued in its tried-and-tested iteration following the success it enjoyed at the last interpack. Visitors will once again find the supplier trade fair in the temporary lightweight Hall 18, which will be complementing interpack’s portfolio for the entire duration of the trade fair with presentations from the areas of drive, control and sensor technologies, products for industrial image processing, handling technologies and other (machine) components.
All visitors and exhibitors at interpack are entitled to free admission to components.

New impetus for SAVE FOOD

During interpack, the topic of SAVE FOOD is going to be brought to the city of Düsseldorf for the first time in with several different campaigns to reduce food losses and waste and will accordingly get the public directly involved.

‘Life without Packaging?’ conference

Sustainability has been a subject that has been shaping the industry for years and that has recently become a hotly debated issue as a result of the discussion about plastic packaging in particular. The new ‘Life without Packaging?’ conference will be examining the contentious issue of packaging, sustainability and the environment from various aspects to enable both critics and advocates to have their say and explore what is essential and what is avoidable. The top-class speakers include such representatives from the industry as Prof. Dr. Thomas Müller-Kirschbaum, Head of R&D and Sustainability at Henkel; Louis Lindenberg, Global Packaging Sustainability Director at Unilever; and Xavier Caro, Head of Packaging for the Food Category, Nestlé; as well as Alexander Baumgartner, CEO at Constantia Flexibles.

If you are interested in attending the interpack 2020 please contact our Trade Fair Manager:

Mr. Asif Ansari

Phone: +966 920005863 ext. 112