PAC MACHINERY RECOGNIZED BY PACKAGING INDUSTRY FOR A “STANDOUT EXHIBIT” AT PACK EXPO INTERNATIONAL 2022
San Rafael, CA – (November 15, 2022) PAC Machinery (PAC), leaders in packaging equipment and materials, is honored to announce that it has been recognized by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies and show producer for PACK EXPO International, for having a “Standout Exhibit.” PACK EXPO International provided selected exhibiting companies with an award-winning E3 Exhibiting Effectiveness Evaluation, offering objective expert feedback of exhibits in action. The evaluators looked for exhibits displaying imaginative, creative, and effective ideas. They remarked on PAC’s effective exhibiting practices including unique banners and placement, booth layout and effective eye-catching branding for a company with wide ranging product categories.
PACK EXPO International, the most comprehensive packaging and processing show in 2022, was held Oct. 23-26th in 1.2 million sqft. of space at McCormick Place in Chicago. The show reported over 44,000 attendees, surpassing 2018 attendance with over 2,200 exhibitors showcasing groundbreaking packaging and processing innovations.
“We are thrilled to be recognized as a standout exhibit at one of the largest shows in our industry that had over 2,200 exhibitors showcasing their top packaging machines, said Greg Berguig, PAC Machinery VP of Sales and Marketing. “This was our largest exhibit – over 2,500 sq/ft and our booth layout planning for all of machines, banners and other exhibit structures worked to maximize the visibility of the depth of our equipment. Our marketing department and show team developed a number of new structures and signage to help us showcase our wide-ranging solutions, machinery, and bag materials in a visible and aesthetically pleasing way,” Berguig said.
Included in PAC’s display was the launch of a brand new exhibit for the recently rebranded PAC Machinery Bags and Materials division, who also showcased new sustainable paper options for automatic baggers and flow wrappers, which was a huge hit at the show.
The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies recently reported that the packaging industry broke the $15 billion mark, a growth of 40%, according to PMMI’s State of the Industry U.S. Packaging Machinery report. PAC Machinery reports that this was a very busy show for the company and the interest in automated packaging equipment is apparent.