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Emballage 2012: packaging is an optimistic and prudent yet enterprising industry

The outlook is definitely bright for Emballage 2012, due to take place from 19 to 22 November 2012 at Paris Nord Villepinte France, also thanks to the positive production outlooks from the September 2011 Packaging Observatory statistics.

The September 2011 Packaging Observatory statistics, regarding 782 French professionals (buyers, and packaging and equipment manufacturers), whose results will be published shortly, show an upswing in production forecasts for the large majority of industrial sectors, thus confirming the return to growth for the packaging sector.
With the sales launch of the exhibition’s 40th session now in full swing, the outlook is definitely bright for Emballage 2012, due to take place from 19 to 22 November 2012 at Paris Nord Villepinte France.
Almost 600 exhibitors – representing 53% of the exhibition area – have already registered or are in the process of registration at 13 months before the exhibition.
Emballage has clearly delineated sectors to make the decision-maker’s task easier when visiting and to highlight all the industry’s know-how: machinery and packaging for the food and cosmetics sectors, health solutions and luxury packaging and containers, etc., providing a bespoke solution for each industry:
–    Food and Beverages & Liquids, the most visited sector at the show, houses more than 400 specialist machinery and packaging suppliers;
–    beauty, luxury and health professions, covering 14% of user visitors (+10,000 decision-makers), with 200 packaging and machinery manufacturers;
–    other industries, such as automotive, construction and engineering, consumer goods sectors, represented by 300 exhibitors.
The event also includes packaging-derived services for all types of industries (marking, coding, raw materials, labels, printing, etc.) and of national and international pavilions.
The 2010 edition of Emballage had 1,295 exhibitors and 500 represented brands – 47% international, along with 89,000 visitors – 35% international from 95 countries.

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