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Tokyo Pack 2014 celebrates the ‘package’

Tokyo Pack 2014 celebrates the ‘package’
Tokyo Pack 2012

Much of the packaging world looks to Japan for intricate, artistic and innovative designs, especially in flexible formats. The latest will be on display at the biennial Tokyo Pack 2014, Oct. 7-10, at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center.

The largest packaging exhibition in Asia, Tokyo Pack 2014 has lined up a series of special displays, all of which celebrate the Package.

A new showcase of advanced Japanese packaging solutions, the Next Generation High Performance Packaging Pavilion will feature breakthrough packaging solutions that take extended product shelf life to new levels, highlight environmentally-friendly packages, and new decoration and print technology solutions.

The Good Packaging Pavilion will feature the year’s best in Japanese packaging innovation and technology—the Japan Star 2014 winners. A special collection of Japan’s most advanced and creative packaging designs and technology chosen by expert industry professionals, this is a unique opportunity to see firsthand the top commercialized packaging solutions in the extremely sophisticated and demanding Japanese consumer market.

The Global Packaging Pavilion will also return to Tokyo Pack 2014 after a successful first-run at the last show. A showcase of common food and beverage packaging around the world, highlighting the importance of packaging to Man, this display will feature packaging applications common to different countries, as an extension of different consumer behavior and habits.

About Tokyo Pack
Launched in 1966 and owned and operated directly by the Japan Packaging Institute (JPI), the exhibition is expected to feature more than 2,600 booths representing 600 companies. The event attracts more than 70,000 visitors from inside Japan and overseas.

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