ALL4PACK Emballage Paris Survey

The future of packaging materials, as seen by professionals

As the reference and indispensable end-of-year trade event (from 21 to 24 November 2022 – Paris Nord Villepinte), ALL4PACK Emballage Paris has today positioned itself as the pioneering international exhibition for all sustainable packaging and intralogistics solutions, covering the entire production line, including machines.

ALL4PACK is a source of inspiration to support the sector’s players in the face of current and future challenges. In this perspective, the tradeshow stands out by deciphering market developments and regulations, also highlighting the most responsible innovations.

In a move to remain close to the concerns of the sector, ALL4PACK Emballage Paris conducted a survey in May earlier this year of 211 packaging decision makers, whether exhibitors or visitors of the show, to highlight the packaging sector’s current attitudes in response to the challenges set down by the necessary ecological transition, together with the prospects for the future use of more sustainable materials.

  1. The issue of more environmentally friendly materials
  2. The types of materials used.

Discover the full findings of the survey on the website https://www.all4pack.com/

About ALL4PACK Emballage Paris

ALL4PACK Emballage Paris will be held in Halls 4 and 5a of Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre. This new location and more compact layout will offer a clearer platform for the four business lines covered by the show: Printing, Logistics, Packaging and Processing.

1,300 exhibitors are expected, 50% of them from outside France, while the anticipated 66,000 professional visitors (including 35 % from outside France) will be able to discover, in addition to this exhaustive offering, a full programme of features and live content which will explore all the industry’s issues.

This is your opportunity to share your experience and challenges with your peers, and more importantly find solutions for the future!

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