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GEPPIA puts French processing/packaging expertise in spotlight at INTERPACK 2011

24.03.2011
GEPPIA, the French Partnership for Processing & Packaging Equipment Manufacturers, will be taking part in the INTERPACK trade show in Düsseldorf (Germany) from 12 to 15 May 2011.

GEPPIA’s objective is to highlight new products as well as industrial and commercial services from 30 French equipment manufacturers that will be exhibiting at the trade show, and to provide comprehensive solutions for the international market.

At INTERPACK 2011, in Düsseldorf (Germany), between 12 and 15 May of this year, GEPPIA (Hall 6, Booth D10-D13) will showcase innovative products and services from about 30 of its members, who are all French equipment manufacturers specialised in packing and packaging.

Examples of new products to be showcased at INTERPACK 2011 include VersaFilm®, which has been developed by CERMEX (SIDEL GROUP) and constitutes a new range of shrink-wrappers without sealing bars. The SERAC GROUP will present its Roll ‘n Blow thermoforming machine for the production of bottles out of a basic plastic sheet. Another highlight will be SLEEVER INTERNATIONAL’s preview of its new machine concept, which can generate savings of up to 35% on clients’ expenditure.

GEPPIA will support about 30 French companies at the INTERPACK trade show. The companies expected to attend are: APEX Automate, ARCIL (Aprium, Synerwave, Synerlink), BERNHARDT et Cie - CDA LABELING, CERMEX (Groupe Sidel), CETEC Industrie SA, CLARANOR - CLEXTRAL SA, Ets André ZALKIN & Cie, FARBAL Production, HEMA (Groupe Sidel), IXAPACK, KARLVILLE Development SAS, LUCEO c/o Edixia (Groupe TIAMA), MECAPACK SA (Groupe Proplast), NEWTEC, OTOR (Groupe DS Smith), PAKEA - PKB, REVTECH, SERAC Group (Nova), SG2C, SLEEVER International, STERIFLOW Barriquand SAS, STOPPIL SA, TECHNIBAG,TECMA Pack, THIMONNIER.A, and TIFLEX SA.

GEPPIA members’ new products have been gathered into a booklet, which has been designed specifically for the trade show. This document, which gives details about each exhibitor, is available for download here: www.geppia.com/geppia/easysite/geppia-int/en-us/press/interpack-2011-press-release-french-oem

About GEPPIA
GEPPIA’s objective is to support and promote equipment manufacturers belonging to the association, whilst highlighting their expertise. It does this by using the inherent synergies that characterise its member companies. After five years of existence, GEPPIA has already attracted almost 100 members and partners.
GEPPIA groups together almost all French equipment manufacturers that specialise in the design and manufacture of packing machines and automated packaging lines, as well as manufacturers of related machines and equipment.
GEPPIA will take part in the INTERPACK trade show, which will take place in Düsseldorf (Germany) from 12 to 15 May 2011 (Hall 6, Booth D10-D13).
For further information, please go to: www.geppia.com

For further information, please contact :
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Ms Mary-Ann WILLIAMS - Press Officer
UBIFRANCE Press Office in London
Tel: +44 (0) 207 024 3640
mary-ann.williams@ubifrance.fr

Mary-Ann Williams | UBIFRANCE
Further information:
http://www.ubifrance.com/uk/

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