June 25, 2024
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Krista Exhibitions To Host ALLPack Indonesia 2024

At Jakarta International Expo Centre

Krista Exhibitions is set to host ALLPack Indonesia 2024, in conjunction with AllPrint Indonesia Expo 2024, at the Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo) centre in Kemayoran, Jakarta, from October 9 to 12, 2024.

ALLPack Indonesia 2024—the 23rd edition—will showcase processing and packaging technology for food, beverages, biscuits, confectionery, pharmaceutical products/drugs, traditional herbal drinks, cosmetics, personal care, beauty, agriculture, electronics, coolers, and other related sectors.

Krista Exhibitions, a stalwart in the MICE Industry, celebrated its 30th anniversary on May 15, 2024. This milestone coincided with the swearing-in ceremony of Lawrence Wong, the new Prime Minister of Singapore, adding to the day’s auspiciousness and highlighting the company’s continued success.

Addressing a press conference on May 15, 2024, at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, Daud D Salim, CEO of Krista Exhibitions, said: “ALLPack Indonesia 2024 and AllPrint Indonesia Expo 2024 anticipate a 30% increase in the number of participants compared to the previous year. In particular, we expect over 1,000 domestic and international exhibitors this year.”

Significant Events

Salim emphasised the pivotal role of the packaging and printing industry in the growth of Indonesia’s food and beverages sector, underscoring the significance of ALLPack Indonesia 2024 and AllPrint Indonesia Expo 2024.

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Krista Exhibitions stakeholders with Daniel Ngiam at the press conference held on May 15, 2024, at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Credit: Krista Exhibitions

“We want to see a competitive packaging industry via sustainable material development and technological innovations, for which we are inviting hundreds of professionals in related industries to meet, have discussions and forge partnerships in packaging,” Salim added.

Hari Noegroho, Promotion & Partnership Director of the Indonesian Packaging Federation (IPF), also addressed the press conference, saying: “The global packaging market will continue to rise particularly in emerging economies driven by increasing online purchases and evolving consumer preference which will drive more specific packaging.

“Packaging will also have a more significant role in ensuring food safety, addressing health concerns and combating counterfeit and fake products through technological advancement.

Continued Growth

“Packaging demands are becoming smarter, better, safer, faster, cheaper, and greener to fulfil the changes in consumer behaviour. IPF is optimistic that the Indonesian packaging industry will continue to experience 3-4% steady growth through the year,” Noegroho added.

Adhi Lukman, Chairman of the Indonesian Food and Beverages Industry Association (GAPMMI), said: “In line with the potential demand for processed food to meet the community’s needs, the food and beverage sector in Indonesia continues to grow positively, and investment is also increasing.

“Therefore, support for innovation and technology is needed in the food sector. Events like ALLPack Indonesia are important for the Indonesian food industry to see how technology is evolving and interact with experts to encourage its growth,” added Lukman.

Strong Support

Indonesian ministers, trade associations and trade agencies of the relevant industries strongly support ALLPack Indonesia 2024 and AllPrint Indonesia 2024.

They include the Indonesian Industry Ministry, the Indonesian Trade Ministry, the Indonesian Office of the Indonesian Coordinating Economic Minister, the Indonesian Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry, the Indonesian Packaging Federation (IPF), the Indonesian Graphics Companies Association (PPGI), the Indonesian Corrugated Cardboard Association (AKKGI), the Indonesian Plastic Weaving Assortment Association (GIATPI), the Indonesian Logistics Association (ALI), the Indonesian Cooler Chain Association (ARPI), the Indonesian Food and Beverage Producers Association (GAPMMI), the Indonesian Pharmacy Association (GP Pharmacy), the Pharma Materials Management Club (PMMC), the Indonesian Fisheries Product Marketing and Processing Company Association (AP5I), the Indonesian Plastics Recycling Association (ADUPI), the Indonesian Cosmetics Producers Association (PPAK) and the Indonesian Exhibition Company Association (ASPERAPI).

Featured image: Krista Exhibitions stakeholders at the press conference held on May 15, 2024, at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Credit: Krista Exhibitions

Last Updated on 1 month by Dan Ngiam

    Dan Ngiam

    Dan Ngiam

    Dan Ngiam is the Bureau Chief of 'Middle East News 247' for Southeast Asia, encompassing Brunei, Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Based in Singapore, Dan is a highly accomplished journalist, with diverse experience in the luxury industry, ranging from high-end watches to travel. He also reports extensively on the fintech and medical sectors.

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