2nd INTERNATIONAL PACKING, PRINTING AND LOGISTICS WEEK – March 22-26th – São Paulo, Brazil
COMEXI GROUP will attend BRASILPACK, the main packaging industry specialized event in the Southern Hemisphere. We will be pleased to welcome our customers and visitors at the stand C30/D31. Comexi Group’s personnel will inform you about our last news and progresses, such as the Flexo Electron-Beam printing technology or the launch from our plant in Brazil of the model of E-Turret slitter-rewinder, the EVO laminator and the flexo printing presses FW 1508-300, FW 1508-400 and FPlus.
For COMEXI GROUP, this event represents the continuing commitment by the Brazilian converting market in providing innovative solutions and the support of the Brazilian industry through our factory in Rio Grande do Sul.
About the fair (http://www.semanainternacional.com.br)
The trade fair integrates the INTERNATIONAL PACKING, PRINTING AND LOGISTICS WEEK that also includes the FIEPAG (International Paper and Graphic Industry Trade Fair), FLEXO LATINO AMERICA (International Flexography Trade Fair), the SALÃO EMBALA INOVAÇÃO (Packing design and development converters and agencies), and the BRASIL SCREEN & DIGITAL SHOW (International Serigraphy and Digital Printing Trade Fair).
The INTERNATIONAL PACKING, PRINTING AND LOGISTICS WEEK 2010 expects to attract about 1,000 exhibitors from more than 26 countries, and about 45 thousand visitors/purchasers from 30 countries.
The event is supported by the Brazilian main entities in this sector: Abimaq (Brazilian Machines and Equipments Association), Abiplast (Brazilian Plastic Industry Association), Abflexo-FTA Brasil (Brazilian Technical Flexography Association), Abief (Brazilian Flexible Plastic Packing Industries Association), and Abre (Brazilian Packing Association), among others.
Brazil is the second most innovative country in packing
Brazil is the second country that launches more packing a year, only losing for the United States. According to the Packing Global Laboratory data, from the Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing (ESPM), the Country jumped from the sixth position in 2008, to the second place in January and February 2009. This meant more than 20 thousand innovative packing last year, and 48% of this number to the food sector. As a consequence of this development, the Brazilian design received seven Lions in the 2009 edition of the largest publicity festival in the world.
Last year, the packing Brazilian Industry achieved R$ 36.6 billion in Sales against R$ 33.5 billion in the previous year. The main participation was the plastic packing segment with 37.64%. The wave cardboard and card papers were in the second place with 28%, followed by the metallic with 16.94%, paper with 7.12%, and glass with 5.23%.
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