For the 7th time, VERPACKUNG 2012 gathers providers of packaging materials and solutions and presents them in a forum appropriate for an expert audience. This show is THE MUST-ATTEND event for anyone involved with packaging in northern Germany.
The show that encompasses the entire packaging process, for both industrial and consumer packaging
Starting in 2012, the trade show concept will be based on four important pillars:
- Packaging machines and technology
- Packaging materials and packaging converters
- Coding, labelling, printing system and technology
The four pillars above reflect the complete scope of the packaging process, offering visitors a broad, multifaceted range of high quality solutions. This is where visitors come looking for technologies for both industrial and consumer packaging innovations!
The Hamburg metropolitan area is not only the German centre for export and foreign trade – it is also the most important trading centre for all of Northern Europe. This is also why a large number of wholesale companies have traditionally established their headquarters in and around Hamburg. Also, about 35,000 companies are located in the adjoining provinces, including the Danish border region. They all belong to the target group of potential visitors.
If you have questions about the show or want to book a stand, please contact:
Ms Sarah Jakowczyk,
phone +49 (0)89 127 165 180
Scroll to the end of the page to watch our show video!
Date & Opening Hours
Wednesday, 25 January 2012
& Thursday, 26 January 2012
Opening hours both days from 9:00 to 17:00
Hamburg 2011 -- Impressions from the Show
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Please note that easyFairs GmbH is in no way connected to the company Expo-Guide.
“easyFairs VERPACKUNG is important for us because we not only win new customers, we can invite our existing customers to the show for free. That makes it the ideal platform for presenting our newest products.”
Schwiering Gruppe, Mirja Heins