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New Brand Zone at PACK EXPO Las Vegas sells out

New Brand Zone at PACK EXPO Las Vegas sells out

PMMI’s Brand Zone at PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2009 is sold out, with 160 materials and container suppliers taking more than 45,000 net square feet of space. The size and scope of the Brand Zone will direct brand owners and marketers to leading, innovative solutions providers during the event at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Oct. 5–7. PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2009 currently boasts a roster of 1,000 or more exhibitors in more than 500,000 net square feet.

“Demand to exhibit in The Brand Zone exceeded our expectations — clearly the market is strongly focused on brand management and how packaging can grow sales, protect products and meet sustainability efforts,” notes Charles D. Yuska, President & CEO of PMMI. “We’re pleased that so many companies have approached PMMI to exhibit at PACK EXPO Las Vegas and take advantage of the Western Hemisphere’s largest packaging event in 2009.”

PACK EXPO Las Vegas will feature over 1,000 exhibiting companies that represent the full array of packaging solutions, including machinery, materials, containers and components throughout the Central and Lower South Halls at the Las Vegas Convention Center. All told, the show will occupy more than 500,000 net square feet of exhibit space.

“Packaging innovation does not wait for recessions to end,” says Yuska. “The economic recovery plan for any consumer or industrial goods company begins at PACK EXPO Las Vegas, where they can find ways to improve productivity and address efficiency issues, and find new package formats that support their customers’ needs.”

Source: PMMI

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