Need inspiration for your next breakthrough packaging idea? Don’t miss The Showcase of Packaging Innovations, a special pavilion at PACK EXPO International 2006 highlighting the year’s most innovative package designs from around the world. Sponsored and produced by the Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute (PMMI, Arlington, Va.), PACK EXPO International 2006 will be held October 29 through November 2 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.
All of the packages featured in The Showcase of Packaging Innovations have been recognized for outstanding design by prominent international organizations.
The following organizations will participate in The Showcase of Packaging Innovations:
ABRE - Brazilian Packaging Association
ABRE Design and Packaging Award
AsociaciÛn Mexicana de Envase y Embalaje (AMEE)
Stellar Packaging Awards (Certamen Envase Estelar AMEE)
Association of Industrial Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators (AIMCAL)
Vacuum Metallized or Coated Product Competition Awards
DuPont Performance Materials
DuPont Packaging Awards: Diamond, Gold, Silver and "Special Citations”
Flexible Packaging Association
Flexible Packaging Achievement Awards
Foodservice & Packaging Institute
2006 QSR-FPI Foodservice Packaging Awards Competition
Glass Packaging Institute
Clear Choice Awards
Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council
Compliance Package of the Year
Instituto Argentino Del Envase
Estrella del Sur
Paperboard Packaging Council
National Paperboard Packaging Competition
While visiting The Showcase of Packaging Innovations, attendees will be invited to participate in a new awards program being unveiled at this year’s show: PACK EXPO Selects.
All packages featured in the PACK EXPO Selects display will be designs commercialized, developed and produced by one or more PACK EXPO exhibitors. Credit will be given to those companies who participated in the package’s development, design, converting or production.
During the show, PACK EXPO attendees will be able to vote for the package they deem most innovative via their My PACK Expo portal, which will be accessible at multiple kiosks around McCormick Place.