3rd Specialised Exhibition for the Corrugated and Folding Carton Industry from 21-23 March 2017
High anticipation reflected in exhibition space sales for CCE International 2017
CCE International show profile
The last show in 2015 proved impressive with an increase in attendees: A total number of 2,410 industry experts came to find out about the offer of 156 companies exhibiting on a total net exhibition space of 4,500 m2. Visitor numbers increased by 18% compared to the previous event in 2013. CCE International 2017, which will open its doors in halls B5 and B6 of the Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany, will present papers (corrugated and cartonboard), consumables, corrugating line, equipment and components, corrugated and carton converting machinery, design and CAD/CAM, printing processes and equipment, cutting, creasing and die-cutting equipment, ancillary equipment, materials handling and warehousing, pallet strapping and handling systems, MIS and plant scheduling systems, waste extraction and baling, as well as corresponding services.
Targeted audience of visitors ready to invest
CCE International provides the unique opportunity for exhibitors to meet industry professionals seeking expert solutions for their business ideas. Visitors at the show consist of professionals of corrugated board plants and sheet plants, corrugated sheet feeders, folding carton converters, packaging designers and specifiers, rigid carton manufacturers, honeycomb board manufacturers, core board and core tube manufacturers as well as trade agencies. The exhibition survey of the 2015 show revealed that every second visitor came to CCE International with concrete investment plans. In the survey, the 2015 show also received top marks for the quality of its trade audience proving the high satisfaction of exhibitors with the level of specialisation in visitors: 96% of the exhibitors achieved or partially achieved their aims for the exhibition and 85% received positive business enquiries.
More information and feedback from past exhibitors is available from the show’s website (www.cce-international.com).
Exhibitor Brochure now available
The exhibitor brochure is now available in three different languages (English, German and Italian). Exhibitors can order their issue through the newly designed CCE International website (www.cce-international.com). Both the brochure and the website contain relevant information for exhibitors such as stand options and prices, information on stand reservation, hall plans and facts and figures on the show. Furthermore, the multilingual website offers the latest news and updates on Europe’s only exhibition exclusively targeted to the corrugated and folding carton industry, as well as photos and videos and a number of useful tools for exhibitors and visitors such as the possibility to sign up to the official exhibition newsletter (CCE International News).
Exhibition for the converting industry will be co-located
CCE International 2017 will once again be co-located with ICE Europe 2017. The world’s leading exhibition for the converting industry will celebrate its 10th anniversary event and present its audience with technological highlights and the latest trends for the converting of flexible, web-based materials, such as paper, film, foil and nonwovens. Next year’s ICE Europe will focus on the diversification of converting techniques in the context of progress in automation and digitisation as well as on the efficient and sustainable converting of cutting-edge flexible materials. This event will be held in the adjacent halls A5 and A6. The dedicated international show is the key platform to promote machinery and services for all key areas of the converting process such as materials, coating/laminating, drying/curing, slitting/rewinding, flexographic/rotogravure printing, finishing, factory management/waste disposal, software and much more. With a total of 439 exhibitors and more than 7,040 visitors from all over the world in 2015, the co-location of this exhibition has in the past been well received by CCE International exhibitors and visitors alike.
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