Pack-EX Toronto a huge success

Insource showcased its products and services for the packaging industry. Left to right are Mark Ramharakh (Service Technician), Tim Housser (Sales), Christine Ang (Intern from Ryerson University) and Insource Managing Partners Suzanne Wakefield and Tim Wakefield.
Insource showcased its products and services for the packaging industry at the event. Left to right are Mark Ramharakh (Service Technician), Tim Housser (Sales), Christine Ang (Intern from Ryerson University) and Insource Managing Partners Suzanne Wakefield and Tim Wakefield.

The best of packaging equipment, accessories, technologies and supplies, automation, material optimization, persuasive packaging, waste reduction, sustainable packaging, tools and devices – and all that is associated with packaging – took centre stage last month as the 2015 Pack-EX Toronto show gave visitors an up-close look at this exciting, growing industry.

Highlights included 3D printing and additive manufacturing, packaging printing and prototypes, industrial automation, integrated quality management, troubleshooting dust, flow control and conveying, and much, much more.

PAC, Packaging Consortium presented the PAC Summit, Winning by Design seminars examined hot packaging trends for 2015, and new Speed Networking Sessions enhanced visitors’ networking opportunities by connecting them quickly to industry peers in their specific industry segment or specialty. The next show will be May 16-18, 2017, and will be held once again at the Toronto Congress Centre.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.