ProPak Vietnam 2007

ProPak Vietnam 2007 is the 3rd edition of the Asia's processing, filling and packaging exhibition for Vietnam's rapidly expanding manufacturing sectors for food, pharmaceutical, beverage, cosmetic, industrial and general consumer products.

ProPak Vietnam 2007 is located in Ho Chi Minh City in order to fully penetrate the lucrative business of Vietnam's commercial markets. The region accounts for more than 70% of private investment and is also an attractive venue for state owned enterprises seeking to take on new production processes.

Vietnam's food, beverage, pharmaceutical and industrial expanse is being driven by an annual economic growth rate in excess of 7% and the expectation that the country will join the World Trade Organisation by 2007. The potential in the processing markets is highlighted by Vietnam's prominent position as a world scale exporter of coffee, seafood, cashew nuts, pepper and tea. Industrial output in Ho Chi Minh City and the surrounding region is reported to be expanding at a rate of 13.5% per annum, almost double the economic growth rate of Vietnam which stands at 7%.

In 2007 ProPak Vietnam will run concurrently with Plastics and Rubber Vietnam at the Ho Chi Minh City International Exhibition and Convention Centre (HIECC). With 38% of plastics applications in the market relating directly to the packaging industry it is expected that more than 20% of the professional trade visitors will be seeking both plastics and packaging machinery and solutions at the event.

Propak Vietnam and Plastics & Rubber Vietnam are organized by Bangkok Exhibition Services (BES) Ltd. And as part of the Allworld Exhibitions Alliance have offices in 34 countries in Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Africa and Australasia. Allworld Exhibitions organise over 200 events in 25 industries and are specialists in processing and packaging events, they also organise ProPak Asia in Bangkok, ProPak Malaysia, ProPak Indonesia and ProPak China in Shanghai and ProPak Beijing.

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