ALLPack and ALLPrint Indonesia 2024 set for October 9-12 in Jakarta


The rapid growth of the food and beverages (F&B) industry is spurring packaging and printing product innovations. International-scale exhibitions organizer, Krista Exhibitions, is back to hold ALLPack Indonesia 2024. It will be held in conjunction with AllPrint Indonesia Expo 2024 at the Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo) center in Kemayoran, Jakarta, from Oct. 09 to 12. The 23nd ALLPack Indonesia 2024 will showcase processing and packaging technology for food, beverages, biscuits, confectionary, pharmaceutical products/drugs, traditional herbal drinks, cosmetics, personal care, beauty, agriculture, electronics, coolers and other related industries. 


Krista Exhibitions Chief Executive Officer, Daud D. Salim, highlighted in a press conference on Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore, “This year’s ALLPack Indonesia and AllPrint Indonesia 2024 forecast a 30 percent increase in the number of participants compared to the previous year and over 1,000 companies, will take part and 200 are small-and-medium enterprises [MSMEs], ALL Pack have attracted more than 70,000 local and international visitors and is expected to have more in 2024.” He said the participating exhibitors would hail from Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Vietnam, South Korea, India, Germany, France, Italy, China, Austria, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States, among other nations."


“Through AllPack Indonesia 2024, we will bring hundreds of professionals in the processing, packaging, and automation in the food and beverages, pharmacy and cosmetics sectors,” added Salim. 

"The Global packaging market will continue to rise especially in the emerging economies as the consumers are purchasing more things online which will drive more specific packaging. There will also be a greater role of packaging to cater to the requirements for food safety, health concerns and help the brand owner to protect against fake and counterfeit products via increased use of technological innovations. On the other hand, companies will address the sustainability issues which is driven by demand of more lightweight, convenience and more portable product which requires technology to make it happen. Packaging demands are changing to be smarter, better, safer, faster, cheaper, and greener to fulfil the change in consumer behavior nowadays. IPF is optimistic that the Indonesian packaging industry will continue to experience steady growth through the year by 3-4 percent,” said Hari Noegroho, Promotion & Partnership Director, Indonesian Packaging Federation. 

“In line with the potential demand for processed food to meet the needs of the community, the food and beverage sector continues to grow positively and investment is also increasing. Therefore, support for innovation and technology is needed in the food sector. So, events like Allpack are important for the food industry to see how technology is evolving and interact with experts in order to encourage its growth,” added Adhi Lukman, Chairman of Indonesian Food and Beverages Industry Association (GAPMMI).

The success of AllPack Indonesia and AllPrint Indonesia 2024 is strongly supported by Indonesian ministers, associations and agencies of the relevant industries. 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). The upcoming exhibition is welcoming prominent business players engaged in the packaging and printing industries. We welcome collaboration with relevant associations, institutions in Asia to invite their members to take part at ALL Pack as exhibitors or visitors.

AllPack Indonesia specially launched a Business Matching Program. Professional visitors will be invited based on procurement requirement, and a one-to-one match-making service will be offered. Our business matching activities are specifically designed to help you connect with the right and prominent people in the packaging and printing industries, fostering valuable relationships that can lead to successful business partnerships.​

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