Tehran to Host IPAP 2017
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Tehran to Host IPAP 2017

Tehran is scheduled to host the First International Printing and Packaging Exhibition, also known as IPAP 2017, from October 12-15.
The event is organized in cooperation with Germany’s Messe Düsseldorf, one of the top trade fair organizers worldwide, Drupa, the world’s leading trade fair for printing technologies, and interpack, the world’s biggest and most important trade fair of the packaging and processing industries.
The event will be held in Shahr-e-Aftab (Sun City) Exhibition Complex in south Tehran, IRNA reported.
So far, nine foreign countries, namely Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Belgium, South Korea, Poland, Turkey and China, have shown interest in participating in the event.
Businessmen from Afghanistan have been invited to attend, considering the untapped Afghan market.
Notably, Flexible Packaging Europe will also be present. FPE represents the European flexible packaging industry at the European and international levels.
Top domestic companies active in the industry will also participate in the expo.


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