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.
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-oemAbout GEPPIA
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