PackPlus 2016, the Total Packaging, Processing & Supply Chain Event, is happening from 27-30 July 2016 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India. The Show, featuring more than 300 exhibitors, will present a large gamut of running machineries, several new product launches and various innovative materials and services. It will be showcasing solutions in the Packaging, Processing, Converting, Automation, Supply Chain industry segments. The event attracts Packaging Buyers from the Food, Pharma, Agro, Beverage, Personal Care, FMCG, and other Industrial Sectors. Flexible Packaging Converters, Label Converters, Carton Converters, Corrugated Box Manufacturers will also visit the event. PackPlus 2016 will provide a complete business and networking platform to both the exhibitors and the visitors arriving from all parts of India as well as the neighbouring countries.
The Exhibitors profile includes:
- Packaging Machines, Materials & Equipment
- Coding & Marking Solutions
- Flexo, Gravure, Offset & Screen Printing Presses
- Label Printing Equipment
- Corrugated Box Making Machinery
- Paper, Film, Foil, Inks & Other Consumables
- Food Production & Processing Equipment
- Pharmaceutical & Parapharmaceutical Product Process
- Barcodes & RFID
- Rigid & Flexible Packaging
- Flexible Intermediate Container
- Woven, Sacks & other Bulk Packaging Solutions
- End-Of- Line Packaging Solutions
- Supply Chain, Logistics and Material Handling
Important decision makers and specifiers from top and middle management from various industries includingPharmaceutical & Chemical; Food & Beverage, Dairy & Meat; Engineering; Garments & Textiles; Personal Care Productsand Logistics will benefit by visiting the Show:
Printers, Converters, Packaging Professionals and Packaging End Users as well as the providers of Materials, Equipment and Services will also visit in large numbers.
Explore how the finally converted package in every instance should be able to preserve brand equity and deliver a consistent brand experience across printing processes, substrates, inks, colour rotation and myriad other inputs.
FMCG products, brands, SKUs and pack formats are proliferating in a turbulent marketplace. Competition is intensifying. Duplicates are becoming a menace. Consumers are becoming cautious and choosy.
In such an environment, colour management of brands and packaging designs has become crucial for brand managers. They must address with full vigour the entire packaging workflow from design creation and 3D visualisation to conversion, filling and appearance on the retail shelf.
Two packs of the same design must look identical. Across a brand family, the brand colours must be identical. Small and large SKUs must bear the brand identity in similar fashion. Different pack formats of the same brand must be clearly identified with the brand.
How can this be ensured?
The packaging manager remains concerned about how different packaging converters will maintain brand identity and how any one converters will maintain repeatability over multiple supply lots.
Converters have issues with maintaining all colours within the approved range whilst maintaining balance between print elements and their shades. Failure will lead to loss of business. Success will lead to greater market share and reputation of reliability.
Purchasing managers are worried about the impact of ink type and ink GSM on packaging cost. Production planners are seized with changeover time, output and timely execution of orders. Ink managers fret over using up machine returned inks, ink cost, shade related wastage and making inks available on time. Packing centre QA managers need assurance on shades being within the approved range. Retailers want shade uniformity in brand variants and attractive colour reproduction.
Investors would like to know how colour management increases sales, profits and ROI. The International Packaging Conclave 2016 is designed to examine and provide suitable viewpoints and solutions to all the stakeholders.
Venue : Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
Day & Date : Friday, 29 July 2016
Theme : Print Optimisation and Colour Management in Flexible Packaging
: Brand Management of the future and evolution of Flexible Packaging and printing
Prepress technology has evolved to take advantage of the entire colour gamut and enhance the pack design to the delight of the brand owner. The session will help in understanding the role of prepress, its place in the workflow and how a sound prepress output leads to not only to excellence in print but also to greater job stability and profit for the converter.
Unicharm India Limited (Mamy Poko Pants)
Nestle India Ltd.
DuPont Advanced Printing
Balaji Multiflex (P) Ltd.
Esko‐Graphics India (P) Ltd.
Kodak Singapore Pte Ltd.
The session will focus on the actual printing process, the ink kitchen, colour measurement, coding and usage of machine returned inks, colour match at minimum ink GSM, colour stability at maximum speed, reduction of set up time, control on wastage and repeatability of colour over multiple print runs. The session will also focus on the crucial need for skill development and networking models to achieve Skilling. The Focus will be on Flexible Packaging as many of the issues mentioned above strategic & ongoing change daily in the extremely competitive Flexible Packaging Industry.
Huhtamaki ‐ PPL Ltd.
WINDMÖLLER & HÖLSCHER
Seigwerk India Ltd.
Parakh Agro Industries Limited
Print innovation must be supported by the backbone of effective colour management. The session shows how colour science and workflow discipline unlock the door to the wonder of colours driving that exciting first moment of truth for the awestruck consumer. The session concludes with the shared vision of the 'WOW' that great colour management draws out from you and me in our consuming avatars.
Packaging South Asia
Tata Elxsi Ltd.
P. V. G's College of Engineering and Technology, Pune.
Schawk India (P) Ltd.
Paharpur Industries Limited
Graphic Arts Technology & Educations.
Abbott India Ltd.
WINDMÖLLER & HÖLSCHER INDIA(P) LTD.
P. V. G’s College of Engineering and Technology, Pune
Dr. Akshay V. Joshi is working as a Professor in Printing Engineering Department at P. V. G’s College of Engineering and Technology, Pune, India since 1996. He holds Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Printing Engineering from Pune University and Ph.D. (Engineering) from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. He is working as a Research Coordinator for almost 15 years and developed research infrastructure in Printing Engineering Department. Dr. Joshi has published several research papers in reputed International Journals such as Springer, Acta Graphica etc. His teaching area includes Gravure, Flexography and Flexible Packaging.
Business Development Manager – Software
Arun H. S. joined Esko back in 2004 as Application Engineer and has about 19 years of experience in packaging prepress, automation, web approval systems and integration projects as a Solution Architect.
His role and responsibility was installation, training, technical support for Esko’s customers in South Asia, South East Asia and South Korea. Over a period he has carried out various levels of implementation at many large packaging converters, pre-media houses & at CPG companies in India and abroad. He specialises in prepress solutions for offset, flexography & gravure printing. He has a great expertise in design & development of workflow automation using sophisticated Esko’s tools and implementation.
X-Rite India Private Limited
Mr. Felix A. K. Pinto is Regional Manager, South Asia , Thailand , Vietnam & Cambodia ( Indo China) at X-Rite India Private Limited, based in Bangalore.
He has a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) from AIT,University of Mysore.Later he worked for 13 years at YKK India Private Limited as Manager Sales & Marketing and for 2 years at Avery Dennison as Head Indian Retail.
In 2012, he joined X-Rite Pantone where he actively contributes in developing colour management in different industries such as textile, paint, plastics, automotive, paper, print and packaging.
Mr. Felix Pinto helps brand owners, designers, quality managers, production managers and ink manufacturers to understand today’s colour challenges and make sure the desired colour is exactly what will be produced.
Head of Technology
Siegwerk India Pvt Ltd
Dr. Gary Mort has specialised in flexible packaging. He is working with Siegwerk Group for past 25 years and has a total experience of 41 years in printing ink. He has worked in Asia for 25 years now and is currently based in India for the last 8 years with an objective to raise awareness and finally introduce food compliant ink to the FMCG sector
Technical Sale Manager
Windmöller and Hölscher
Mr. Zesiger is active for more than 15 years in the printing industry. He has worked for English and German Industries. For the last 7 years, He is associated with Windmöller and Hölscher in Germany for past 7 years as Technical Sale Manager, in the Printing and Finishing division and has supervises many different projects worldwide. His areas of responsibility cover amongst others Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh and India.
Regional Technical Manager, Asia Pacific
DuPont Advanced Printing, Electronic & Communications
DuPont China Holding Co Ltd.
Jason Zhao is Regional Technical Manager, Asia Pacific, for DuPont Advanced Printing group and is responsible for technical and equipment services across Flexo business, Digital Inks business, and Izon® Authentication business. He did his bachelors in Printing Engineering from Beijing Institute of Graphics Communication and joined DuPont in May 2003 as digital specialist andwas appointed Customer Technology CTC Supervisor, Asia Pacific, for DuPont Packaging Graphicsin January 2011. In year 2013, Mr. Zhao took the role of China Technical Marketing Manager, DuPont Packaging Graphics. Prior to joining DuPont, he had worked as technical service specialist for offset and gravure CTP in China.
Printing and Packaging Industry
Kiran P. Prayagi, is working as a consultant for the printing and packaging industry and have consulted over 160 companies in India and abroad.He is a Post Graduate in Printing Technology from the London College of Printing and has specialised in Colour Reproduction and Quality Control. He worked in Print Production for four years out of which two years were in the U. K. with one of the leading photographers and printers. He is author of many articles in the international and national trade journals and has also co-authored a book on Colour Science and Technology published by Woodhead Publishing. He won first prize at DRUPA 2012 contest on printing industry held by VDMA-Print Promotion (German Engineering Association), Germany.
|1 Delegate||Rs. 7,000|
|2 Delegates||Rs. 13,000|
|3 Delegates||Rs. 17,000|
|Corporate Table (5 Delegates)||Rs. 24,000|
|Additional Delegate||Rs. 4,000|
*Service Tax as applicable is extra. (14.00%)
*Swachh Bharat Cess (SBC) is extra. (0.50%)
*Krishi Kalyan Cess (KKC) is extra. (0.50%)