Labelexpo Europe—2019

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Labelexpo Europe / Brussels—September 24 to 27, 2019—a biennial event is marking its 40[SUP]th[/SUP] year. Billed as the world’s largest label & packaging industry event—spread across 9-exhibitions halls, with more than 600 exhibitors—it features live demonstrations of the latest technology, expert-led master classes and workshops.

The focus of the 2019 show—Improving business strategy & moving the industry forward—is supported by trade bodies: FINAT, EUWID, Febelgra, SPPES, UNFEA and VskE. Running alongside the exhibition are 3-live production demonstrations:
  • The Flexible Packaging Arena—A demonstration & overview of 2-press lines—one conventional & one digital—producing indirect food contact flexible packaging to the latest GMP & UVFoodSafe standards.
  • The Brand Innovation Showcase—Learn the secrets of stand-out brand presence with live demonstrations of technology & innovations that could help turn a vision into reality.
  • The Sustainability Insight Café—The latest sustainable products and services designed to support a more environmentally conscious label & package printing industry.
The event is open for registration. An early-bird discount is available until September 14[SUP]th[/SUP].
 

gordo

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Definitely worth a visit.




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pushpixels

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its a great experience. if you at all have the option to go make sure you do. last time i went was 2015, wish i could go back.
 

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