“Transition in packaging” – This year’s key theme of FachPack takes a close look at the changes in the packaging industry and explores central development trends that are currently shaping the industry. From 27 to 29 September, the dialogue between the packaging industry, business partners and interested parties opens up in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg. 1,100 exhibitors present products, solutions and innovations around the topic of packaging.
At our stand 328 in hall 7A we will present the latest developments in the industry – from filling and cushioning systems to fully automated packaging solutions. In addition to a drop test lab, you will also find product demonstrations at our stand for special application areas such as small packages, heavy packages or the shipping of small parts in large quantities.
One topic is particularly in focus this year: the influence of sustainability goals on the packaging industry. Whether among legislators or consumers, the demand for sustainability is omnipresent. As a supplier of eco-friendly packaging solutions, Papier Sprick is making an important contribution to this discussion.
We look forward to welcoming you at our stand!
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