Posted on August 2, 2012 - ( views)
Efficiency, safety, sustainability and strong specialization are the innovation drivers enabling the continuous development of an emerging sector – liquid filling technology for both food and non-food industries.
“Liquid Tech Innovation” was created in order to address these drivers and cater to new market needs: it is an exhibition entirely dedicated to liquid filling technology (processing, filling, bottling, packaging, automation, engineering and robotics). The first edition of this new event by Ipack-Ima Spa will go on stage at Fieramilano from March 19th to 23rd 2015, in co-location with IPACK-IMA and the Milan EXPO, two outstanding and crowd-pulling events.
Companies active in the field of liquid filling technology are highly specialized, exploring in depth new lifestyles and trends and engineering solutions capable of addressing consumers’ emerging habits, with regard to both food and non-food products. In many cases technology fosters product innovation and new consumption opportunities. The chance to see the entire liquid filling supply chain in a single specialized event is going to attract strong interest from visitors looking for professional and technological update.
“This new event further expands our portfolio of highly specialized exhibitions – comments Ipack-Ima SpA CEO Guido Corbella -, thereby strengthening our strategy of giving rise to initiatives designed around visitors’ needs, modeled on our existing exhibitions Pharmintech, Eurocarne and Fruitech Innovation. As part of the process we will set up a Steering Committee including major visitor and exhibitor representatives to the end of creating a fair rich in discussion opportunities, debates, training sessions and roundtables on emerging market trends”.
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