- 08 Mar - 11 Mar 2022 | 9am - 5pm
- Johannesburg Expo Centre
Before we knew it day four of Propak Africa 2019 came to an end and what an incredible experience it was! Thank you to all our exhibitors, visitors, partners and sponsors for contributing to the outstanding success of Propak Africa 2019! Thousands of potential buyers met with over 600 sellers of leading products, specialised services and the most cutting-edge machinery, equipment and solutions.
A significant number of this year’s exhibitors have already said “yes” to 2022, booking their space even before Propak Africa 2019 had closed its doors!
The expo provides an unparalleled platform to link together people, products and processes, and transforms business outcomes. It’s your big opportunity to get your future off to a great start. You see, Propak Africa is so much more than just a stand … it’s a chance to really build your brand. We invite you to WELCOME 2022 by booking your Propak Africa 2022 stand today and to start looking forward to quality connections, better leads and more sales!
* Based on 2019 statistics
Key industry players across the plastics machinery and materials sectors will showcase the innovative solutions and emerging technologies that are set to change the plastics world as we know it.
Industry frontrunners in print for packaging will use this unique marketing platform to introduce state-of-the-art technology, advanced equipment and new approaches to print – to ensure brighter futures for brands.
Leading suppliers and manufacturers of labelling equipment and machinery will use this platform to reveal the latest and greatest machinery, materials and technology – with great results.
Covering all aspects of food and consumable processing, including pharmaceutical and personal care products, leading companies will use this unprecedented platform to promote the latest innovations in equipment and machinery.
Did you miss the 2019 edition of the show? Watch our highlights video to see what you missed!
The importance of packaging and related industries will take centre stage at Africa’s ultimate packaging, food processing, plastics, printing and labelling trade exhibition, which will afford over 600 exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their latest technologies and innovations.
Visitors to this year’s Propak Africa can enjoy an ‘every day a themed day’ experience, where each of the four days of the show will focus on a different theme. Recognised as Africa’s ultimate packaging, food processing, plastics, printing and labelling trade exhibition, the show will be taking place from 12-15 March at the Expo Centre in Nasrec, Johannesburg.
Taking place at the Expo Centre, Nasrec in Johannesburg, from 12-15 March 2019, Propak Africa will give visitors the opportunity to see the latest state-of-the-art equipment and machinery, auxiliary products and services.
‘Every day a themed day’ experience at Propak Africa 2019
"Propak Africa 2019 has been a fantastic journey for us. Normally we will sit after the show and go through all the potential customers we picked up during the show and then look to close deals, but this year, on the first day, within two hours of the show doors opening we sold four machines!"
"We come to Propak Africa in Johannesburg whenever it is on, but this year has been the best show with so much interest from customers and suppliers. It is the ideal place for us to showcase our offerings and what we can provide to customers. This year we took a bigger stand and used it to show a recycling line. The movement on the stand has attracted so many visitors and we actually sold the line at the show to a new customer! The quality leads we have generated from the rest of Africa has also been very good. We will be back - with a bigger stand in 2022"
"We focused on recycling this year with a recycling machine on display and we actually sold the machine at the show to a customer in Botswana. We also sold another one to a local customer. The quantity and the quality of the visitors this year are excellent, with decision makers from all over South Africa and Africa"