As the reference and indispensable end-of-year trade event (from 21 to 24 November 2022 – Paris Nord Villepinte, France), ALL4PACK Emballage Paris has today positioned itself as the leading international exhibition for all sustainable packaging and intralogistics solutions, covering the entire production line, including machines. It aims to be a source of inspiration to support all the players in the sector in the face of current and future challenges, by decoding regulations and highlighting the most responsible innovations.

 1,300 exhibitors are expected, including approximately 50% from outside France. In fact, 86% of the stand space is already booked. Many leading firms, such as : ATLANTA STRETCH, AUER, BFR SYSTEMS, DOMINO, FILPACK, FRANPACK, FROMM, G.MONDINI, GETRA, GOGLIO, ISHIDA, KRONES, MARCHESINI, MARKEM-IMAJE, MOM, NEWTEC BAG PALLETIZING, ROBOPAC, SEW, SHOELLER ALLIBERT, SIDEL, SONCINI, TOSA, ULMA, UNISTA… have confirmed their attendance.

ALL4PACK Emballage Paris will be held in Hall 4 and 5A of the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre. This new location, which is more compact will enable a better distribution of the show’s sectors : Printing, Logistics, Packaging and Processing.

66,000 visitors (including 35% from outside France) are expected and in addition to this comprehensive offer, will be able to find out answers to their industry’s challenges throughout a wide program of events and conferences.

Resolutely turned towards future solutions and innovation, this new edition of ALL4PACK Emballage Paris will offer a rich content:

  • ALL4PACK INNOVATIONS will showcase the 2022 Awards winners
  • The Objective Zero Impact area will highlight innovative solutions
  • The Conferences area with a rich and complete program animated by French and international speakers

This is an opportunity for you to share with your peers on your challenges, but especially to find solutions for the future! Get your badge here.

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