CCE International set to be the key marketplace for the corrugated and carton industry
The first edition of CCE International featured 110 exhibitors and more than 2,000 trade visitors and was well received by the industry. “With CCE International we have designed a specialised platform in Europe for the corrugated and cartonboard industry. We had such outstanding feedback on the launch event that we could grow the exhibitor numbers and the floor space for the second event by one third. A large number of exhibiting companies that exhibit for the second time have booked larger stands to present even more live demonstrations; and there are also many new companies at CCE International 2015, from Germany and abroad. It has thus become generally known within the corrugated and carton industry that CCE International is the key marketplace for this industry sector,” says Nicola Hamann, Managing Director of the organisers, Mack Brooks Exhibitions.
The exhibition profile – targeted to the corrugated and carton industry
The exhibition profile of CCE International covers raw materials, consumables, corrugating line and equipment, corrugated and carton converting equipment, design and CAD/CAM, printing equipment, cutting, creasing and die-cutting equipment, ancillary equipment, materials handling and warehousing, pallet strapping and handling systems, MIS and plant scheduling systems as well as waste extraction and baling.
Visitors to the exhibition are the buyers and users of machines for the production and converting of corrugated and cartonboard, such as trade 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 and trade agencies. CCE International also attracts a variety of production specialists across industry sectors such as food and beverage, furniture, pharmaceutical, transport and logistics, electrical appliances and electronics, cosmetics and tobacco.
CCE International 2015 will, once again, be co-located to ICE Europe, the World’s Leading Exhibition for Paper, Film & Foil Converting. The exhibition profile of ICE Europe includes the following categories: materials, coating and laminating, drying/curing, treatment, flexographic and rotogravure printing, control and measurement, accessories, slitting and rewinding, finishing, factory equipment, retrofits, toll coating, converting and slitting as well as specialised software. The exhibition will be held in the halls directly opposite to the CCE International hall.
Opening hours, entry tickets and seminars
CCE International 2015 will be held in hall B6 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. The show can be accessed via the East entrance. CCE International 2015 is open on Tuesday, 10 March 2015, and Wednesday, 11 March 2015, from 9am – 5pm and on Thursday, 12 March 2015, from 9am – 4pm. Entry tickets are available at a discounted price via the online ticket shop. A day ticket costs €20, a 3-day-ticket €30. On-site, tickets cost €32 (day ticket) or €47 (3-day-ticket). Entry tickets for CCE International 2015 are also valid for ICE Europe 2015.
A conference, held alongside CCE International 2015, is being planned. The conference programme consists of different sessions on topics such as high speed folding and gluing, flat bed die-cutting and digital print in packaging. The sessions will be held at every exhibition day in a presentation theatre on the show floor. The conference is free to attend for visitors to the exhibition.
A visitor brochure on CCE International has now been published; it contains key details about the show and useful information about travel and accommodation. The brochure is available in five languages and can be ordered via the show website www.cce-international.com. A comprehensive Show Preview will be published in January in print and online and can now also be ordered via the exhibition website.
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