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PACKAGING

Live demos of 200 machines at Anutec-International FoodTec India 2017
Monday, 31 July, 2017, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Anurag More, Mumbai
There will be live demonstrations of over 200 machines at the twelfth edition of Anutec-International FoodTec India, the event dedicated to the food and beverage processing industry, which will be organised by Koelnmesse YA Tradefair Pvt Ltd and is slated to take place at New Delhi’s Pragati Maidan between August 21 and 23, 2017.

It will keep attendees abreast of the current trends and latest developments in the food manufacturing value chain, be it processing technologies, ingredients, packaging solutions, automation, quality management, distribution or allied services and solutions.

The event is expected to attract over 12,000 trade visitors, not only from India but also from its neighbouring South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries, the Middle-East and other important regions.

“Anutec-International FoodTec India, which will cover an area of 17,000sq m, will witness the participation of over 450 exhibitors from over 30 countries,” informed Sandeep Kumar, project manager, Koelnmesse YA Tradefair Pvt Ltd.

Of these, over 50 per cent will represent countries like Germany, France, China, Taiwan and Turkey (all of which will have pavilions at the event), besides Italy, the Netherlands, Ukraine and Korea.

Kumar said, “Trade visitors will come from all parts of India and the neighbouring countries, irrespective of the size of the organisation and scale of operation.”

Concurrent events
Four events – PackEx India, ProSweets Cologne, Sweet & SnackTec India 2017 and Dairy Universe India – will be concurrent with Anutec-International FoodTec India.

PackEx India
The Indian packaging industry is among the fastest-growing sectors in the country’s economy, with an annual growth rate of 15 per cent. Its annual turnover is estimated to touch the $32-billion mark by 2025.

Keeping in the view the importance of this sector and the business opportunities it offers, Koelnmesse YA Tradefair Pvt Ltd has decided to organise the 2017 edition of PackEx India alongside Anutec-International FoodTec India.

PackEx India 2017 is expected to create the perfect synergy as a one-stop marketplace, not only for the food and beverage industry, but also for the pharmaceutical, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), cosmetic and allied industries.

ProSweets Cologne

ProSweets Cologne – offers a complete range of supplies for the sweet and snack industry – from innovative ingredients to pioneering packing solutions to optimised production technologies.

In conjunction with ISM, the world’s leading trade fair for sweets and snacks, ProSweets Cologne covers the entire value chain of the industry. Between January 28 and 31, 2018, the trade fair duo is slated to take place in the German city of Cologne.

Sweet & SnackTec India 2017

The 2017 essay of Sweet & SnackTec India will cover the complete needs of the sweet, snack and confectionery industry, including processing technologies, packaging solutions, ingredients, distribution, refrigeration, quality management, etc.

Dairy Universe India 2017
Dairy Universe India 2017 will cover the complete needs of the milk and milk product industry, including processing, packaging, storage and distribution.

Exhibitors

Kumar said, “The number of exhibitors, the number of countries that will participate in the exhibition and the area it will cover will make it the most coveted event for the suppliers of the food and beverage processing, packaging and logistics industries to the Indian sub-continent, addressing the needs of business owners, product managers, production lines, research and development (R&D) personnel and other allied industry sectors.”

The exhibitor profile includes snack processing technology; potato processing technology; edible fat and oil technology; starch production plants; noodle/pasta technology; meat processing technology; fish processing technology; vegetable and fruit technology; delicatessen and convenience food technology; beverage technology; coffee and tea technology; aroma essence and spice technology; packaging technology and materials; packaging machines; labelling machines; inspecting, checking and sorting machines; food packaging materials (films, glass, paper, foils, etc.); plastic packaging (blister and skin packaging, plastic moulds, foam, etc.); caps and closures (valves, tapes, soppers, zippers, etc.); safety; quality management; analysis, laboratory and checking equipment; hygiene technology; operating materials, environmental technology and biotechnology.

Kumar said, “This exhibition is receiving an overwhelming participation response from both national and international companies, who want to showcase the technological strength of their respective regions.”

Many other international food processing and packaging solution providers from Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Greece, Japan, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Ukraine and the United States will participate, either individually or with their Indian representatives.

Indian food industry

Kumar said, “The Indian food and beverage industry is a backbone and sunrise sector of the country’s economy. It has never seen a negative trend and offers immense employment generation opportunities.”

About 40 per cent of India’s 1.25-billion strong population is under 30. This makes it one of the youngest and most vibrant countries in the world.

The culture, urbanisation, latest trends, education and hospitals are catalysts in shifting about 30 per cent of the population towards the urban areas, and thus creating big opportunities for the convenience, healthy, fast and fusion food sectors to grow by over 30 per cent.

Make in India, the Narendra Modi government’s flagship initiative, has provided an impetus to the overall industry, especially to the food manufacturing and processing sectors by providing attractive business opportunities to the investors.

The government of India’s initiatives to improve the country’s food processing sector include the following:
  • The establishment of a dairy processing infrastructure fund worth Rs 8,000 crore ($1.2 billion)
  • Proposal for 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) through the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) route in the marketing of food products produced and manufactured
  • Twenty-five lakh metric tonne of cold storage capacity
  • The sanctioning of 100 new cold chain projects
  • The completion of 44 integrated cold chain projects
  • The setting up of 168 new food testing laboratories projects
  • The establishment of 41 mega food parks at an allocated investment of Rs 98 billion
These, and many others, are expected to give a boost to the business morale in this sector.
 
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