After six years and a forced absence during the pandemic, interpack is set to resume, from May 4 to 10, 2023. Thre Düsseldorf trade fair for packaging and related processes is already fully booked, the organizers announced.
interpack comprises 18 halls, targeted exhibition areas, new specialty shows and forums, and around 2,700 exhibitors that will entirely occupy the exhibition area. Companies wanting to exhibit can still register for the waiting list for a chance to showcase their updates in Düsseldorf.
The impact of megatrends such as connectivity, sustainability and security will be reflected in the new developments in the packaging industry, the organizers anticipate. “Conditions like scarcity of resources and disrupted supply chains pose great challenges to the industry, while simultaneously factors such as increasing demand, new technology and a growing awareness of sustainability offer us big chances to take huge strides forward,” says Thomas Dohse, Project Director for interpack. “interpack is the place where the industry creates the future at a global level”.
Visitors will see a new concept for the exhibition halls debut next year: packaging materials and packaging goods, machines for labeling and marking, production of packaging material and integrated printed packaging, are brought together in their own halls as well. Exhibitors at the accompanying suppliers’ fair ‘components’ will also be hosted in their own hall.
Photo credit: Messe Düsseldorf, Constanze Tillmann