Pack Expo adds east coast show
Space sales for Pack Expo East 2015 will open during Pack Expo Las Vegas this fall.
in the NewsSalonCentric: One Beautiful Network Q4 2017 Rail/Intermodal Roundtable: Improvements apparent; work remains The State of the DC Voice Market 2017 Admiral of the Ocean Sea Awards Ceremony Champions The Jones Act CSX provides update on Southeastern U.S. intermodal service More News
PMMI, the owner and producer of the Pack Expo trade shows, today announced a brand-new regional event: Pack Expo East, coming to Philadelphia Feb. 2–4, 2015. PMMI will stage the event at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
“There’s a real need in the market for first-class events that are a bit closer to home,” says Rick Fox Jr., president, Fox IV Technologies, who chairs PMMI’s Board of Directors. “About 18 months ago, PMMI commissioned Westat, a leading research firm, to reach out to customers about the need for a regional event, and if they would support one. The results were extremely positive.”
PMMI expects to draw attendees from a range of critical market segments including food, beverage, personal care, electronics and pharmaceutical and medical devices.
“Philadelphia is within easy driving distance of 40% of the U.S. population, and that area includes large consumer goods companies, industrial manufacturers and a huge life sciences community,” he adds. “Pack Expo East is positioned well to help brand owners find the solutions they need, a bit closer to home.”
Space sales forPack Expo East 2015 (Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia; Feb. 2–4, 2015) will open during Pack Expo Las Vegas this fall (Sept. 23–25; Las Vegas Convention Center).
To learn more about Pack Expo East 2015, Pack Expo Las Vegas 2013 or any other Pack Expo event, visit PMMI.org or Packexpo.com
Subscribe to Modern Materials Handling Magazine!Subscribe today. It's FREE!
Find out what the world’s most innovative companies are doing to improve productivity in their plants and distribution centers.
Start your FREE subscription today!
Injecting agility into WMS implementation The Big Picture: Business as Unusual View More From this Issue