Sunday, November 28, 2021

Experts discuss the future of the Indian market

drink technology India again has a lot more to offer this year in addition to the exhibitors. The dti Roundtable Talk is taking place for the first time, a panel discussion with leading manufacturers from the Indian beverage and food industry. Both supporting programs will deal with issues that are relevant for the future of the Indian beverage and food industry.

The dti panel discussion on Friday 26th September is the ideal supplement to the dti exhibitor forum. While customised solutions for the Indian market will be presented in the forum, the Roundtable Talk will deal with the future of the beverage and food industry in India. The panel discussion will be chaired by Rajesh Nath, President of VDMA India, and Sumit Sharma, VDMA Regional Manager (North) India. The panel discussion will provide an outlook of the beverage and food industry in India until 2020 and the chance to discuss case studies with recognised experts. All participants will have the chance to share their experiences and learn from each other.

Demand in the prospering Indian beverage and food industry is being reflected in the considerable number of participants at the successful trade fair duo drink technology India and International PackTech India. Approximately 230 exhibitors will present the complete range of offers for the packaging, printing, processing, beverage and food industries on about 11,000 sq m in the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai from 25th to 27th September.

For more information, visit www.drinktechnology-india.com.

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