EVENTS Manufacturing        11/10/2023

11-14 October, 2023 Tüyap Istanbul Fair & Congress Center

11-14 October, 2023   Tüyap Istanbul Fair & Congress Center

The 28th International Packaging Industry Fair, the premium packaging and F&B processing technologies trade event in Eurasia, brings 1100+ suppliers together with more than 80 thousand key decision-makers and buyers who are in search of high-quality packaging solutions, representing various industries including food and beverage, cosmetics, automotive, textile, healthcare, and many more.

 

Over the years Eurasia Packaging Istanbul and along with the co-locating event Food-Tech Eurasia have managed to become the indispensable showcase for the packaging products, packaging machinery, packaging printing & converting technologies, and F&B processing technologies. Serving as the global and strategic business hub, where food and non-food goods manufacturers mainly from the Middle East, CIS Countries, Russia, Balkans, Eastern and Western Europe, North Africa, and Central Asia come to Istanbul on the occasion of Eurasia Packaging Fair in order to meet and network with the leading names of the packaging and F&B processing industries.

 

2022 HIGHLIGHTS

38 Exhibiting Countries

1,045 Companies & Company Representatives

72,652 Total visitors

59,398 Domestic Visitors

13,254 International Visitors

122 Visiting Countries

 

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