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  India’s packaging sector is currently the fifth largest sector of country’s economy. It is among the high growth industries in India, developing at 22-25% per annum. Fast-moving consumer goods and pharmaceutical are the major end users of the packaging industry. The growth of the Indian packaging industry is heavily influenced by changing demographics such as growing urbanization and the rising proportion of middle class consumers.
Pharmaceuticals packaging Industry in India is expected to be worth US$ 2.60 billion by end of 2020, finds a new research report launched by NOVONOUS. Indian pharmaceuticals market is expected to grow rapidly driven by the aging and growing population, rising income levels, emerging medical conditions and new diseases. This is directly going to affect pharmaceuticals packaging industry in India.

These factors drive the need for new packaging formats, such as different sizes, materials, and strength. These optimistic changes open up various new opportunities for the industry.

If you are a packaging enthusiast and looking for opportunities to explore the latest technology and happenings in the industry you should plan your visit to PackPlus 2020, happening at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi on 6-9 August 2020
Team PackPlus had an opportunity to interview Mr. Jaipal Reddy from BOMAX, 6th generation entrepreneur from Hyderabad with an age old experience in printing, designing and packaging. Here is what he shared with us…..(Click here to read)
Due to global health crisis related to COVID-19 coronavirus, PackPlus South & PrintFair is now scheduled for 18-20 December 2020 at HITEX Exhibition Center in Hyderabad.
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  UFlex, was recognised with six awards, including three golds and three silvers at the prestigious Flexible Packaging Awards 2020 in the US. The event was hosted by the Flexible Packaging Association (FPA).     Fujifilm India announced the launch of its customer service centre in Kochi, a one-stop destination for premium value-added services. The service centre was inaugurated by Haruto Iwata, MD, Fujifilm India.
  “The print industry in Telangana is huge and very advanced when it comes to adoption and use of technology. PrintFair’s earlier edition that happened at HITEX, Hyderabad in 2018 was a great success. It was visited by large number of printers. PrintFair is always a great opportunity for printers community here with lot of scope to scale and explore new developments.

They will be able to see first-hand the latest trends, techniques and technologies in printing and adopt them for their business growth. PrintFair 2020, being held on 18-19-20 December 2020 at HITEX, Hyderabad, will benefit all types of printers, exhibitors and machinery manufacturers in a big way.”
C. Ravinder Reddy, President, Telangana Offset Printer Association (TOPA).  
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