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INDUSTRIAL PACK 2019 wraps up as another successful expo exceeding all growth expectations

Industrial Pack wrapped up another successful event at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta GA. With visitor growth up, the expo served as a unique opportunity to network and learn from the top leaders in industrial packaging.

Leading up to the event, the industrial, transit and protective packaging market has seen growth and experienced significant changes in focus on sustainability, consolidation and shifting opportunities.

“This year’s success at Industrial Pack is attributed to the continued growth and opportunities in this dynamic market. Our mission for Industrial Pack is to provide a platform for substantive discussions that spark real innovation and solutions for the industry’s future. Early feedback tells us that we provided the high-value to our visitors that we were striving for”.

Tim Rusbridge, Event Manager – Industrial Pack

To kick things off, keynote speaker, Kyle Stavig, Chairman of IPANA and CEO of Myers Container, provided an in-depth presentation on the State of the Industrial Packaging Industry.

Stavig shared key data on production growth in steel drums, rebounding growth in TH and OH plastic drums and significant growth in production of new IBCs. Stavig also provided a look ahead in the globalization of industrial packaging and predicts continued growth in North America, Japan and particularly strong growth in China and Europe.

The highlight of Industrial Pack was the IP Awards, where the industry celebrated innovation and excellence. Congratulations to this year’s winners:

  • Excellence in Industrial Packaging – Voyager Series, Ronl
  • Excellence in Transit Packaging – Obexion Packaging, Labelmaster
  • Environmental Initiative of the Year – KW Plastic
  • Excellence in Protective Packaging – 7mil Fabric, Transhield
  • Best New Product of 2019 – Meta Pail, CDF Corporation

Early feedback confirms that buyers and suppliers from across the industrial, transit, reusable and protective packaging industry found Industrial Pack an unparalleled opportunity to focus on this important segment of the packaging industry.

“Great event! We were able to connect with a few of our existing customers and got some hot potential leads to generate new business.”

Tata Bradley-Foster, Marketing – Container Exchange

“We were able to have quality conversations with multiple attendees”

Brooke Edwards, Marketing Director – World Economic Development Alliance

Visitors also gained industry specific professional advice from Janice Loppe, President of United Packaging Association (UPA). Her session on Maintaining Professional Relevancy amid the changing environment provided visitors insight into the complexities and opportunities offered in industrial packaging.

SAVE THE DATE – planning has already started for next year’s Industrial Pack Expo scheduled for April 1-2, 2020 at the same location, Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta GA. Using key industry data and visitor feedback, we’re busy planning for another high-value, high-impact expo focused on the dynamic and growing industrial packaging industry.

For more details visit: Industrial Pack Expo

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