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Paris Packaging Week announces dates for 2024

Paris Packaging Week opens its doors on January 17 and 18, showcasing the very best the packaging industry has to offer. Held at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, the event will welcome 650 exhibitors to the world capital of luxury and beauty.

This event offers beverage, luxury goods, beauty and FMCG brands the resources and expertise they need to shape the future of their packaging. The exhibition hall will welcome many visitors and offer an exciting program of conferences, networking events and galleries dedicated to innovation.

Paris Packaging Week brings together four exhibitions, each dedicated to business and innovation in a specific packaging market. PCD is dedicated to packaging for perfumes, cosmetics and personal care products. ADF is the world's only annual show dedicated to aerosols and dispensing systems, organized in partnership with the European Aerosol Federation (FEA). PLD is dedicated to the premium beverage segment, in particular wines and spirits. Packaging Première is dedicated to luxury products, such as watches, jewelry, fashion, confectionery and delicatessen.

The event continues to grow year on year: in 2023, it attracted almost 9,000 visitors, representing over 2,500 design brands and agencies from all over the world. Its success has also earned it two prestigious awards: "Best International Show - Europe" at the AEO Excellence Awards, and "Best International Show" at the Exhibition News Awards. These two awards reinforce its status as a must-attend event in the packaging industry calendar.

Josh Brooks, Marketing Director of Paris Packaging Week at organizer Easyfairs, expects the next show to be just as successful: "Paris Packaging Week occupies a strategic position at the heart of packaging innovation for beauty and luxury products, beverages and aerosols. The 2024 edition will welcome more exhibitors than ever and will be, more than ever, a must-attend venue for packaging brands, designers and manufacturers looking to stay at the forefront of all trends. It's a privilege for us to know that the world's leading packaging suppliers and brands, as well as a host of new participants, have put their trust in us when it comes to organizing the forum that's shaping the future of packaging. And we look forward to welcoming them to the event. Save the dates: Paris Packaging Week, the must-attend expo dedicated to the packaging sector, is back."

The event will also welcome new exhibitors to Paris for the first time, including paper and packaging specialist Mondi, up-and-coming company Addison and German engineering giant ThyssenKrupp.

Looking ahead to the event, Christian Weers, Head of Communications and New Market Development at ThyssenKrupp, who will be attending ADF, says: "This is the first time that ThyssenKrupp Rasselstein will be participating in Paris Packaging Week with its own stand at the ADF show. We will be presenting our low-CO2 tinplate, made from bluemint steel, and our innovative range of Rasselstein packaging steels specially designed for aerosol cans, fastening cups, lids and can bottoms. We're looking forward to this event. Above all, it's a meeting point for us to communicate with all our partners in the value chain, and an opportunity to highlight our strategic position in the aerosol market."

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