IPI brings Interpack 2017 the future of the aseptic packaging

Extremely high performance machineries and aseptic packages designed by IPI debut at one of the most important European packaging fairs.
IPI, a thirty-five-year-old leading company in the aseptic packaging sector, will be exhibiting at Interpack in Dusseldorf-Germany, May 4-10 at booth D57 in hall 6.
A strong market focus approach combined with a deep knowledge of market trends and ability to track consumer habits, make IPI a strategic partner able to provide functional and unique aseptic packaging solutions.
The premium shape Caliz is one of the very many IPI successful products with a stylish design and ergonomic shape that meets both customers today needs and market future trends.
What’s more, IPI has gone even further and it has shaped the aseptic packages of tomorrow and Interpack will be the best stage to share them with customers.
The new revolutionary and eye-catching packaging line has been specifically designed not only to be a winning and flexible solution, but also to make the product stand out on the shelf while taking customer’s brand value and giving it directly to consumer’s hand.
A section of the booth will be dedicated to the new IPI’s flagship machine, the FLEXPEED FX 120, already launched at 2016 PackExpo tradeshow in Chicago. Speed, flexibility, versatility and efficiency are just a few of the remarkable features of the new IPI filling machine.
At Interpack IPI, along with support of an International research institute, will offer visitors the opportunity to dive in workshops on how packaging design can draw consumer’s attention and how to use Big Data for boosting efficiency of the aseptic filling line by reducing waste and improving products quality. Both workshops will be held several times daily.
Today IPI is proud to be one of the few Full Systems Suppliers worldwide providing state-of-the-art products and integrated solutions that can support customers across the entire value chain to launch yet another successful products on the market.

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