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PPMA Show set to showcase the latest developments in the UK’s processing and packaging industry

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PPMA Show set to showcase the latest developments in the UK’s processing and packaging industry

PPMA Show set to showcase the latest developments in the UK’s processing and packaging industry
July 21
11:56 2023
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The 2023 PPMA Show is the UK’s largest processing and packaging machinery exhibition and is the perfect opportunity for anyone involved in the manufacturing and supply chain sector to experience the important role processing and packaging machinery, robotics, and industrial vision systems play in the manufacturing industry. The show returns to the NEC Birmingham this September (26-28) and is a complete production line event.

It will be a fantastic representation of the fast-growing processing and packaging industry in the UK, featuring food, beverage, pharmaceuticals, household products, and toiletries, building materials and supplies, pet care, micro-brewery and distilleries, FMCG, as well as contract packers and more. 

The show is organised by the PPMA Group of Associations, which comprises the Processing and Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA), British Automation and Robot Association (BARA), and UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA). These three specialist trade associations serve over 550 member and affiliate member companies. 

The event is designed specifically for decision-makers including CEOs, MDs, Directors, Managers, and other key staff members who play vital roles within their companies, including engineers, production specialists, designers, buyers, processing specialists, and project managers. It will offer a chance to gain new insights and knowledge that could benefit their businesses.

This year’s three-day exhibition is bursting with more content than ever before, giving visitors plenty of options to see and explore. Here’s just a flavour of what visitors can expect:

    • Live demonstrations of new machinery in action
    • Video presentations by influential industry experts broadcast on screens across the exhibition and later on PPMA TV. 
    • Networking opportunities 
    • Keeping an eye on the competition by learning more about the people and companies in their sector
    • Benchmark best practices by keeping tabs on industry-leading performers 
    • Building new relationships – helping visitors develop a better understanding of the industry, share information, and gain valuable insights
    • A full programme of seminars – helping visitors stay ahead of the game in the processing and packaging industry sectors. Hearing from industry experts about the latest trends and innovations and learning how to apply these tom their own business. 
    • Inspiration and innovative solutions – for those needing help with their own business problems, visitors need look no further than the cutting-edge machinery on display. By integrating new machines into their own business, visitors can streamline processes, improve efficiency, and boost productivity. Whether they are looking for ways to reduce costs or improve output, all visitors can learn how new machinery will help them achieve their goals.
    • Visitors can experience the complete production line event in action from start to finish.  This is a rare opportunity to see how it all works together. 
    • Free to attend. 

With over 300 exhibitors showcasing more than 2,650 brands and representing the full spectrum of the industry, companies will be keen to show visitors how they can improve their businesses with the latest cutting-edge technologies. This can help businesses stay ahead with the latest trends, improve efficiency, and make better use of resources. Here are some just some of the hundreds of the exhibitors taking part in the show: 

Reiser(D100) has been for over 60 years a leading supplier of processing and packaging equipment for the meat, food, pet food, bakery, and cheese industries. Their solutions can range from single machines to complete process-to-packaging production lines. They provide solutions that combine specialised equipment, custom engineering and expertise to meet their customers’ challenges.

ULMA (B32) offer a variety of packaging machinery and applications that are available on the market, including Flow Pack (HFFS), Thermoforming (TF), Traysealing (TS), Vertical (VFFS), Shrink Wrapping and Stretch Film packaging technologies. They also provide a range of automated solutions that can streamline your packaging process, including crate/case loading and product handling, pick and place, palletising, end of line and full turnkey project management.

Omori UK (G20) are suppliers of packaging and processing equipment, specialising in tempering, mixers, grinders, and coating equipment. In addition, they supply a variety of packaging options such as flowrapping, stretchwrapping, stick packing and pouch (Doy Pack) filling and end of line checkweighing, metal detecting and X-ray inspection.

Ishida Europe (A104) are a world leader in the design, manufacture, and installation of complete weighing, packing and inspection solutions for the food industry. They specialise in helping manufacturers increase automation, reduce cost and downtime, increase operational efficiencies, and maximise profits. 

With such an impressive array of exhibitors to choose from, visitors can take their time browsing through all the exhibitors on the PPMA Show website: https://www.ppmashow.co.uk/exhibitors-2023#/exhibitors/.

No matter what your level of interest or expertise in the processing and packaging industry, the upcoming PPMA Show is sure to have something for you.

For more information and to register for a free ticket to this year’s show, visit:  https://www.ppmashow.co.uk/visit.


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