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Propak Ghana 2024 Ends Successfully in Accra

Propak Ghana 2024 – West Africa’s largest packaging, plastics, food processing, and print exhibition – welcomed a drove of visitors and industry professionals to the Grand Arena, Accra International Conference Centre (AICC), in the capital city.

The second-edition of Propak Ghana (23-25 April, 2024) featured more than 120 global suppliers showcasing their latest machinery and equipment with at least 2,500 industry professionals in attendance. Visitors enjoyed unmatched opportunities to interact with cutting-edge products and solutions and source equipment to improve their supply chains with live machine demonstrations on the exhibition floor.

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Aimed at producers, manufacturers, retailers, and consultants working across the F&B, print and packaging industries, the organizers were truly excited to see the exhibition hall packed from wall to wall with a large number of leading international companies such as Casfil, Emirates Printing Press, Filmatic, Royal Kaak, and Starlinger & Co. coming to display their innovative equipment and services to key business owners and buyers from across the West African region. Visitors could also see a strong local representation with companies including Finepack Industries, Jay Kay Industries & Investments, KANE-EM Industries, and Resitech, to name just a few.

Alongside the exhibition, the three-day conference programme gave participants an opportunity to gain exclusive market insights from a line-up of thought-leaders and experts with a series of presentations and panel discussions.

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The first day brought together a wide range of companies and sessions covering smart packaging, packaging innovations, the impact of digital printing on branding and labeling, and opportunities in sustainable packaging in Ghana.

The second day’s central theme ‘Winning with Sustainability’, curated in collaboration with KPMG – the event’s strategic partner – was divided into two sessions: ‘Thriving with Sustainable Finance’ in the morning and ‘Empowering Sustainable Innovation’ in the afternoon.

The concluding day saw the organisers particularly excited to launch the first export masterclass as part of their commitment to engage, support, and upskill business professionals from the manufacturing sector operating in Ghana with the aim of building their capacity for the export market in partnership with the Africa Trade Academy.

The event also works alongside key industry associations and partners such as the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), the Institute of Packaging, Ghana (IOPG), the Ghana Plastic Manufacturers’ Association (GPMA), and the Food & Beverages Association of Ghana (FABAG) among many others. These partnerships ensure all areas of industry are aware of the opportunities for exhibitors and visitors alike and can grow their networks and learn about new developments affecting the manufacturing sectors.

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