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Packaging events under Empack brand
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Easyfairs, the multi-format event organiser and venue manager, is consolidating its packaging events under the Empack brand. In parallel with this development, Easyfairs is also launching a new co-located event, Logistics & Automation, to build on the growing integration between packaging and intralogistics processes. Together, these events will offer national and European packaging and logistics communities an enhanced vision of the technology and innovations that will shape the future of their businesses. "With Empack, Easyfairs brings the latest developments in packaging technologies to the heart of the market on a regular event cycle. This gives visitors the convenience of an event in their country or region, where they are able to learn from multinational exhibitors and speakers," commented Paul MacDonald, global brand director, Empack. Easyfairs UK will continue to organise Packaging Innovations, which is focused on packaging design and materials. Logistics & Automation replaces the former Logistics & Distribution brand to present an event entirely focused on intralogistics, with the objective of making intralogistics smarter, faster and more efficient. "The new event will reflect the automation of various physical and management processes, driven by a variety of developments. The events will serve as a unique meeting place gathering both end users, system engineers/integrators and ICT professionals", said Arnaud Istas, group head of Product Development, Easyfairs. Empack and Logistics & Automation events will take place annually or biennially in 10 countries in Europe as a real network of events. The new features will be rolled out to the market over the coming two editions of each event by the local teams.
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