02/12/2022 | Packaging, Trade Fair

interpack 2023: hall concept with clear sectoral focusses

Next year, the already fully booked interpack trade show will again offer the packaging and related process industry the biggest international overview of the market. To help visitors not get lost in 18 trade fair halls, the halls feature a custom concept based on the core target groups food, beverages, confectionery and baked goods, pharmaceutical products, cosmetics, non-food and industrial goods. Around 2,700 companies from around the world will meet in Düsseldorf from 4 to10 May 2023 to present cutting edge technologies and packaging trends from along the entire value chain, demonstrate chances for growth and respond to the challenges of the industry.

Visitors will find processes and machines for producing and packaging confectionery and baked goods especially in halls 1, 3 and 4. Anyone who wants to produce or package confectionery can ask consultants from companies like Aasted, Bühler, Sollich/Chocotech, Theegarten-Pactec or Winkler and Dünnebier, and many others. The bakery sector will meet with exhibitors like Hebenstreit, Rheon Automatic Machinery, Colussi Ermes, Tonelli, TT Italy or Reading Bakery System.

As in many other sectors, concerning the packaging of confectionery, baked goods, snacks and cereals, much has changed over the recent years. One important issue are sustainable solutions. Mechanical engineering companies, for example, are adapting their portfolio to include packaging made from mono material or novel materials. Digital technology is another focus – as it is for the entire industry.

In the run-up to the event, exhibiting companies can present their businesses individually and introduce their contact persons as well as their product innovations in the interpack exhibitor and product database. The database is already available and is constantly being updated with new information and products.