In the first PDIT conference in Mumbai in 2016 Debabrata Deb spoke on –
‘Why India needs active packaging.’
Will India rise to the active and intelligent packaging challenge?
With PDIT2, we are not just organizing a conference, but bringing the brand owners,
technology providers and converters together for building a new industry!
The Second PDIT2 Conference
13 December 2019, Pragati Maidan New Delhi, India
The PDIT2 conference, will be co-organised for the second time by IppStar and Messe Dusseldorf India– this time at New Delhi’s Pragati Maidan. It is a more compact sequel to the first PDIT Conference that took place in Mumbai in December 2016.
A strong knowledge event with great take home value and less sales sales talk, PDIT2 will be partnered this time by the Active and Intelligent Packaging Industry Association based in Amsterdam in the Netherlands and industry associations in India. AIPIA is a key content partner for the conference. PDIT2 will have strong industry media support from our own magazines and web platforms that include Indian Printer & Publisher, Packaging South Asia and IndiFoodBev magazines, www.ippstar.org, pacprocess-india.com and foodpex-india.com.
The objectives of the PDIT2 Conference
To conduct a compact but impactful knowledge event that addresses sustainability and safety issues in processing, filling and sealing and packaging of food and beverages, pharma, personal care, cosmetics and FMCG products.
Here the new waste control regulations including Extended User Responsibility as well the FSSAI regulations on food safety and food packaging and label regulations will be discussed. The conference will reference the industry feedback and early implementation steps and challenges since these orders were meant to take effect.
The Save Food discussion begun at the first PDIT conference will be continued with a catch-up session on the initiatives and technology needed for improvements in farm, processing, logistics and supply chain practices.
The design, innovation and technology aspect of the conference will emphasize active and intelligent packaging and its relevance to key global and Indian brands, supply chains and new packaging approaches. Active and intelligent packaging technology can assist in consumer engagement and extend and monitor the shelf life of food products. Its benefits in optimising inventory control, track and trace and the shelf-life of products as well as reducing counterfeiting will be discussed.
The need and opportunity for an intelligent ecosphere together with the considerations for innovative packaging materials, packaging processes, logistics need to be built into the product management and design of innovative packaging.
In the technology discussion, brand owners, product managers, packaging developers, designers, contract packers and converters will present their experience also regarding automation and packaging 4.0 as well.
Facts on the Conference and Indian Market
From 2015 to 2020 the turnover of the packaging industry in India is set to increase annually by 16%-18% to US$ 73 billion (Rs. 5,00,000 crore). India has a wealth of high tech talent which is developing the sector rapidly. India is the second largest producer worldwide of agricultural products, but the level of food processing is comparatively low.
Currently over 90% of basic household products are unpackaged. So much of it is wasted, but a huge increase in middle class consumers means that has to change. India’s Food and Beverage processing industry is growing at CAGR of 11% plus. India’s pharmaceuticals industry already counts among the largest in the world today. An increasing population and improved medical care provide it with an annual growth of 18% until 2020. India’s pharmaceutical exports stood at US$ 17.27 billion (Rs. 1,10,000 crore) in FY2018.
According to the domestic rating agency ICRA, the Indian logistics sector is expected to grow at a rate of 8-10% over the medium term. As per IDC’s Asia/Pacific Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, India smartphone market shipped 142.3 million units in 2018, registering 14.5% year-on-year growth compared to 2017.
pacprocess India is co-located with Indiapack and food pex India organized by Messe Dusseldorf India, along with the concurrent event drink technology India organised by Messe München which is also supporting the conference. At the same time, the Active and Intelligent Packaging Industry Association based in Amsterdam believes it is a good time to ‘dip it’s toe’ in the Indian market and even more so with the help of two strong, locally based partners who delivered the first PDIT conference in Mumbai.
Who will attend?
Designers, packaging developers, and product managers of global and Indian consumer product companies in the food, FMCG and pharmaceutical sectors. Influences from printing and packaging companies and converters, contract packaging and bottling companies, premedia and design companies, consumables, materials and equipment suppliers for the packaging industry.
- Speaking / presentation slot
- Company logo / signage on the main backdrop of the conference
- Company logo / signage at other prominent places at the conference venue
- Company logo on conference website with a hyperlink to company website
- Separate pullup at the entrance of the venue
- Two seats free for delegates for the conference
- Discounted fee (10% on fee) on registration for upto 5 customers or partners
- Opportunity to have company brochures at registration desk and in the
delegate’s kit (CD/DVD or USB drive is preferred)
- Acknowledgement and thank you at the end and start of the event
- Print promotions in print advertisements, flyers, brochures, leaflets and other collateral
- Web promotions in banners, logos and websites, email blasts, newsletters
- Signage on the side wings of the main backdrop
- Name / Logo of the supporting company on the lanyard
- Web promotions in email blasts and newsletters
- Tea / Coffee and lunch sponsorship with signage at the networking area
To get more details on sponsorship for the desired category
Siddharth Nautiyal, eMail email@example.com, Cell +91-88822-69869
Deepak Singh Chandel, eMail firstname.lastname@example.org, Cell +91-96544-94992
Shweta Dimri, eMail email@example.com, Cell +91-78010-15476
Contact for Conference Content
Deepak Manchanda, eMail firstname.lastname@example.org, Cell +91-98102-21124
Andrew Manly, eMail email@example.com
Harish Penumarthi, eMail firstname.lastname@example.org, Cell +91-81428-27361
Mandeep Kaur, eMail email@example.com, Cell +91-98999-78668
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