PACex will co-locate with logistics show

Sept. 1, 2002
Buyers can access packaging, food processing, and now logistics technologies under one roof during PACex International, set for May 6-8, 2003, at the

Buyers can access packaging, food processing, and now logistics technologies under one roof during PACex International, set for May 6-8, 2003, at the Toronto International Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. PACex and the Canadian Materials Handling & Logistics Show (CMHL) are co-locating to complete the production chain for industry buyers, who can move between both shows by registering for either one.

Alan M Robinson, president and chief executive officer of the Packaging Association of Canada, producer of the exhibition, says, “To broaden the international profile of PACex exhibits and visitors, we've partnered with Groupe Exposium, global organizer of Emballage Paris, SIAL, IPA, PackTech/FoodTech China, and more than 100 other shows. PACex is also moving one step back from packaging on the production chain to include food processing technologies and services in the all-new FOODtech Marketplace. Most recently, the co-location agreement with ‘dmg world media’ and the Ontario Chapter of the Materials Handling & Management Society, which produce and sponsor CMHL, respectively, is a natural fit for both our shows.”

CMHL will showcase products including forklifts, conveyors, racking and storage, as well as inventory controls, warehouse supplies, and transportation technologies. Visitors will have access to more than 300,000 square feet of exhibits in one contiguous space spanning five exhibit halls.

For further details, contact Maria Tavares, associate exhibition manager of PACex International, at 416-490-7860, ext 219.

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