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  • Travel information -- 8th International Exhibition and Conference for Processing, Packaging and Printing, 25-27 September 2014
    30 hours ahead of GMT GMT 5 30 hrs Taxi You will get prepaid taxi service upon arrival at the airport There will be lists or boards with the latest prices Hotels All major categories luxury 5 stars 4 stars 3 stars and budget of hotels have rooms available in Mumbai The peak season for visiting Mumbai is generally from October to March Airlines A majority of the international airlines have their offices in Mumbai The national airlines have their head or branch offices in the city as well Climate The Climate of Mumbai is a tropical wet and dry climate Mumbai s climate can be best described as moderate temperatures with high level of humidity In the month of October the mean daily maximum stays at around 32 9 C and mean daily minimum stays at 23 1 C making it hot during the days and cold during the nights Health Kindly contact your doctor in good time before leaving for India He will inform you about relevant and necessary vaccinations All major hotels have doctors on call You can also get in touch with your Embassy if you need any specialized medical assistance Sightseeing Onsite we will have a travel desk where you can book trips or chauffer driven cars Gateway of India Mumbai s most famous landmark The Gateway of India is situated at Apollo Bunder It was designed by George Wikket It was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911 Through this magnificent monument numerous viceroys and governors were welcomed to India as they disembarked from their steamers hence the name Haji Ali Haji Ali mosque and the tomb of a Muslim saint is located off shore in the Arabian sea opposite Mahalaxmi temple During high tide

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  • Foreign representatives -- 8th International Exhibition and Conference for Processing, Packaging and Printing, 25-27 September 2014
    are in this area Exhibitor Service Press Service Companies Products 2014 Navigation At a glance Picture gallery Become an exhibitor Download center Partners Concurrent events Information on Messe Düsseldorf Travel information Tips Support Contacts Foreign representatives You are here International PackTech India Exhibitor Service Tips Support Foreign representatives Foreign Representatives 71 foreign representatives support Messe Düsseldorf in 132 countries worldwide They provide a wide range of services for visitors exhibitors

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  • Foreign representatives -- 8th International Exhibition and Conference for Processing, Packaging and Printing, 25-27 September 2014
    Visitor Service Exhibitor Service Your are in this area Press Service Companies Products 2014 Navigation Services for journalists Press team Foreign representatives Press material At a glance Picture gallery Partners Concurrent events Travel information You are here International PackTech India Press Service Services for journalists Foreign representatives Foreign Representatives 71 foreign representatives support Messe Düsseldorf in 132 countries worldwide They provide a wide range of services for visitors exhibitors and

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  • Increase of 37 Percent – International PackTech India and drink technology India Set Outstanding Visitor Record -- 8th International Exhibition and Conference for Processing, Packaging and Printing, 25-27 September 2014
    a business platform that provides customised solutions for the Indian market A striking feature this time was that the stand presentations of the exhibitors were in part substantially more extravagant than in the past years The picture on the trade fair grounds was characterised by intensive technical discussions at trade fair stands with lots of visitors on the three days of International PackTech India and drink technology India The organisers Messe Düsseldorf and its Indian subsidiary for International PackTech India as well as Messe München International and its subsidiary MMI India for drink technology India also drew a most positive balance We have achieved a completely new level with this result declared Dr Reinhard Pfeiffer Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Messe München International Following three joint events drink technology India and International PackTech India have finally become established in the India market Werner M Dornscheidt Chief Executive Officer of Messe Düsseldorf underlined Companies meet well prepared customers here who are ready to invest Exhibiting companies reported very concrete business negotiations The visitors put up with long travel distances in part to experience new technologies of international and domestic suppliers live at this trade fair The very positive result of the trade fair duo makes us optimistic for the future For the conceptual sponsor of International PackTech India and drink technology India the professional association Food Processing and Packaging Machinery in the German Engineering Federation VDMA its Managing Director Richard Clemens stated Our expectations with respect to the number of visitors and competence have been considerably exceeded You sense a very positive mood with corresponding investment projects Both trade fairs have become the optimum platform for the industry and the many high quality contacts promise good trade fair follow up business The Indian branch of VDMA VDMA India provided valuable support

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  • International PackTech India and drink technology India: Trade Show Duo meets rising demand for processed and packaged food and beverages in India -- 8th International Exhibition and Conference for Processing, Packaging and Printing, 25-27 September 2014
    the largest segment The Indian non alcoholic beverage market was growing at an annual compound growth rate of 23 percent between 2010 and 2013 as more and more people are choosing packaged soft drinks Within the soft drinks market bottled water is the largest category and the demand will double until 2017 Packaged juice shows also a strongly increasing demand It is expected that the consumption of juice in India will rise by an annual compound growth rate of 20 percent until 2017 up to 1 2 billion litres Shifts in the Indian food and drinks industry With more than 50 percent of the population younger than 25 years increasing disposable incomes a growing middle class ongoing urbanization changing lifestyles and a rising number of modern retail formats like supermarkets the country enjoys highly favourable demographic patterns These will enable shifts in the Indian food and drinks industry as the young people are one of the key drivers in the demand of processed and hygienic packaged foods Manufacturers are continuing to introduce products that increase convenience and reduce the time required to prepare meals Products with additional ingredients in easy to handle packaging and convenient package sizes will continue to gain popularity Premiuminsation trend The Indian middle class is growing rapidly and they simply love to buy They are on the lookout for premium brands especially for confectionery products like chocolate But the premiumisation trend is not only noticeable in chocolates but also in biscuits These trends are expected to continue even years from now Rural India provides growth opportunities Rural India provides growth opportunities for packaged food and beverages Almost 70 percent of the Indian population live in rural regions The rural population benefits from investment in infrastructure and rising wages Food processing companies are realizing the potential of rural India and are trying to expand their presence in these areas They are launching their products in smaller pack sizes and at low price points to attract consumers As India s soft drinks market is slowly reaching maturity in urban India rural India is the new target for most of the manufacturer of soft drinks High growth rates for food and beverage expected All these developments result in a continuously growing demand for packaged food and beverages in India It is expected that the demand for packaged food in India will rise by an annual compound growth rate of 6 percent to reach an amount of 37 million tonnes by 2017 The beverage consumption will grow by an annual compound rate of 15 percent to reach an amount of 38 billion litres in 2017 Growing demand for state of the art processing and packaging technology To meet the rising demand for processed and packaged food and beverages companies have to expand their production and as a result the demand for state of the art processing and packaging technology will grow Export oriented manufacturers in particular favour high tech solutions in order to meet the international standards and to be

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  • Successful tandem event: drink technology India and International PackTech India line up for the start together for the third time in a row -- 8th International Exhibition and Conference for Processing, Packaging and Printing, 25-27 September 2014
    drinktec the World s Leading Trade Fair for the Beverage and Liquid Food Industry in Munich next dates September 16 20 2013 Like these parent events in Germany drink technology India and International PackTech India cover the entire process chain in their respective sectors but with the difference that the events in Mumbai present solutions and technologies specially tailored to the Indian market Both trade fairs target top and middle management decision makers from the boardrooms and also technical experts in production and R D Trade fair duo covers all segments This trade fair duo is the largest event on the subcontinent that informs on the entire spectrum of the packaging packaging print processing beverages food and liquid food industries For the first time drink technology India is now also covering the area of food processing in its portfolio The nomenclature for the event was therefore extended to include a section on Technology for food processing This includes machinery and equipment for foods of all kinds for example for confectionery and sweet products for meat fruit and vegetables and for milk processing The exhibitors in this section have the benefit of a special presentation platform The reason for extending the product range is that there are ever more places of intersection in the manufacture and processing of beverages liquid food and food In a survey conducted during drink technology India and International PackTech India in 2012 as many as 28 percent of the visitors stated that they were also interested in food processing That underlines the need for such a platform In India per capita consumption of packaged beverages and food is still very low However expenditure on these products has doubled in the last five years and that trend is continuing Packaged foods 27 percent growth forecast over four years The food and beverages industry is among the strongest growing sectors on the Indian subcontinent Consistent and comparatively high growth figures for the economy rising incomes expanding high spending middle classes a high proportion of young people in the population increasing urbanization and widespread modern retail concepts supermarkets and hypermarkets are all factors that will continue to boost demand over the coming years for processed and hygienically packaged food and drink According to market researchers Euromonitor demand for processed and packaged food will increase between 2013 and 2017 by a total of 27 percent from currently 30 million tonnes to 38 million tonnes in 2017 Sales of soft drinks over the same period are set to double to 230 billion liters The biggest segment here is bottled water In the coming years the average annual rise here is expected to be 20 percent Demand for alcoholic drinks is also predicted to continue rising from 38 billion liters in 2013 to 52 billion liters in 2017 an increase of 34 percent In particular beer is becoming ever more popular This segment is set to rise by an average of 9 percent per year over the coming years India is an

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  • Trade Fair Duo drink technology India and International PackTech India on a Growth Course -- 8th International Exhibition and Conference for Processing, Packaging and Printing, 25-27 September 2014
    than 20 countries Franz Kammerloher Vice President Sales Southern Asia Eastern Asia KRONES AG Germany summarized for the German exhibitors The trade fair surpassed all of our expectations We held numerous extremely successful discussions with customers And regardless of whether organization duration of the trade fair or the series of talks everything was convincing and exceedingly positive Also an equal balance was drawn by Pratik Shah Reifenhäuser India Marketing Ltd for PackTech India The response was nothing less than overwhelming and we look forward to the next edition Within the context of a joint German exhibit 17 renowned German companies presented their offers In addition there were official national contingents from Switzerland Italy and Turkey at International PackTech India drink technology India also had a joint exhibition booth from China The Italian companies had the second largest foreign contingent and also expressed their great satisfaction with the three lively trade fair days Giorgio Carmagnola Vietti from Cavanna S p A reported We have been very satisfied with the quality of visitors The show gave us the opportunity to reach interesting new contacts in India Domestic suppliers also assessed their participation at the two trade fairs positively Pranay Patel Director NPM Machinery Pvt Ltd India was at dti for the first time I must congratulate MMI for providing a wonderful platform to us Our participation has allowed us to explore the industry thoroughly by meeting potential people and sharing ideas with them Visitors profile was indeed very purpose oriented and we definitely look forward to have participation in the next edition We would be pleased to help out MMI in anyway to take the brand to new heights For Packtech India Pratap Singh of Akash PackTech Pvt Ltd recorded International PackTech India is a good platform to meet the manufacturers exporters importers and competitors as well A chance to introduce new products and advancements Abhijeet Deshpande by MGM Varvel expanded All the participants were quality participants We would definitely participate in the next edition In general the focus of the exhibitors was very clearly on the needs of the Indian market and correspondingly customised solutions and products among others the topics of hygiene and water treatment Products were emphasised at drink technology India and International PackTech India that link a high degree of efficiency with simple handling The organisers of the two trade fairs Messe München drink technology India and Messe Düsseldorf International PackTech India as well as their Indian subsidiaries held the fairs jointly for the first time two years ago Exhibitors and visitors already profited at the premier from the know how of two globally leading trade fair organisers and from the synergy effects between the packaging and beverage industries This success story has been continued with this second event Dr Reinhard Pfeiffer Managing Director of Messe München GmbH considers the concept of the double trade fair confirmed drink technology India and International PackTech India have demonstrated that together they are stronger and undoubtedly the leading technology platform on

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  • Overwhelming turnout at India’s premier platform for the packaging, processing, beverage and liquid food industries. -- 8th International Exhibition and Conference for Processing, Packaging and Printing, 25-27 September 2014
    are happy to see the two organizers combining their expertise We find the co location of both exhibitions an excellent concept as we have now one major and unique platform in India that caters to the entire value chain of food processing beverage and packaging technology It is important for companies involved in this sector to make their presence felt as India is an important market and is developing very dynamically commented managing director Richard Clemens On opening day 18 November 2010 organizers Messe Duesseldorf GmbH and Messe Muenchen GmbH announced that they are looking forward to continue their steadfast collaboration for many more years and will proactively develop the exhibitions further a move welcomed by exhibiting companies and supporting organizations India s growing middle class and affluence and the increasing organized retail sector will continue to be the catalysts for growth in the packaging processing beverage and liquid food industries Hence it is imperative for these sectors to upgrade their standards through innovative technologies in order to be on par with the world s best practice Both International PackTech and drink technology India will continue to offer a conducive platform for exhibitors and visitors to network effectively gather new contacts catching up with existing customers and suppliers and to keep abreast of the latest market trends demands and challenges Throughout the duration of the exhibitions a very busy and positive atmosphere was observed Many exhibitors have commented to the show organizers that they were pleased with their participation at the exhibitions and had received many good enquiries and valuable contacts Augmenting the exhibition were two noteworthy events An exhibitor forum on drink technology by Messe Muenchen GmbH and a conference on packaging and sustainability organized by Cognizance Packaging along with Institute of Packaging Machinery Manufacturers of India IPMMI and

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