The international trade show for food processing, packing, held annually, is scheduled to open in Vietnam in August 11, 2022. ProPack Vietnam, which is the biggest fair in the field in Vietnam and Indochina, is a global venue for suppliers and manufacturers in the industries of food processing and food packaging to showcase their latest developments and promote their chance to have a better status in the market. Working on food and beverages processing and packaging, as well as printing and labeling, the prominent exhibition helps exhibitors display the most recent technology in the field.
ProPack Vietnam focuses on how diverse the visitors are, where they come from and their professional levels. Visitors in the industry join the trade fair from hotels, catering, restaurants, and those involved in food processing. the best thing about the show is that it is concurrent with the Vietfood & Beverage, yielding great results for food and beverage and packaging marketplaces. Attendees of the exhibition will be able to see food and drinks from raw materials, additives, and preservatives to production, processing, packaging and printing in one single event.
Attendees of the exhibition will be able to see food and drinks from raw materials, additives, and preservatives to production, processing, packaging and printing in one single event.
The 3-day long event will be held in Ho Chi Minh City from August 11-13, 2022. Public visitors along with the industry professionals can pay a visit.
Organized by VINEXAD JSC along with the Vietnam Association of Liquor, Beer and Beverage (VBA) and the Food and Foodstuff Association of Ho Chi Minh City (FFA), both shows are supported by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam, its Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, as well as other trade promotion organizations in Vietnam and foreign countries.
Last time in 2019, the fair, at 15,000 square meters, included 650 booths with 550 exhibitors from 20 countries. In addition, 8 international pavilions were set up for countries including Poland, Taiwan, South Korea, India, Indonesia, China, Thailand and Vietnam. In 2021 the show was held online due to restrictions on the pandemic.