5th International ProPak Exhibition Myanmar to be held next month

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The 5th International Processing and Packaging Exhibition press conference being held.  Photo: Phoe Khwar

The 5th International Processing and Packaging Exhibition for Myanmar’s food, drink and pharmaceutical industries will be held from 13 to 15 September at Yangon Convention Centre on Kaba-Aye Pagoda Road in Yangon.
Over 150 participants from 23 countries will showcase their innovations. Also, five international pavillions from China, Indonesia, Singapore, China (Taipei) and Thailand will feature their products at the expo.
“This event will benefit those who are interested in processing and packaging technology.
It also aims to assist Myanmar’s businesses engaged in manufacturing and processing by sharing technical know-how and strategy”, said Mr. Fraser Hawkers, general manager of UBM Myanmar.
Objectives of ProPak Myanmar 2018 include presenting latest machines, technology and services to Myanmar’s processors, manufactures and packagers and developing production efficiency, quality, variety and output.
ProPak Myanmar 2018 is organized by UBM Myanmar and supported by Myanmar Industries Association, Myanmar Food Processors and Exporters Association, Food Science and Technology Association of Myanmar, Myanmar Retailers Association and the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Myanmar. Last year, ProPak Myanmar attracted 131 exhibitors from 21 countries, 4 international pavilions and 3,441 trade visitors from 22 countries.

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