AIPIA, Kezzler India, and NXP India at PDIT2 Conference – 13 December 2019

Active and Intelligent Packaging at Pragati Maidan

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Roland Lartigue of Toppan Europe, Prasanna Sukhi of Kezzler India, who also spoke at the AIPIA World Congress in Amsterdam, and Ashok Chadak of NXP will speak at PDIT2 Conference on 13 December 2019 at Pragati Maidan.

“India is one of the biggest and most important developing economies with all the right elements to harness the power of Smart Packaging,” said Andrew Manly, AIPIA, who will be available at PDIT2 Conference.

Manly’s presentation at the Conference will cover all the aspects of Active, Intelligent, and Smart Packaging. AIPIA is also a supporter of the PDIT2 Conference.

According to Manly, “India has more than 370 million smartphone users, which could be an opportunity for Active and Intelligent Packaging. AIPIA is looking forward to its participation at PDIT2. This is a great opportunity to catch the huge ‘wave’ of potential business in the dynamic Indian Packaging Sector and the huge explosion of interest in disruptive technologies for a better Supply Chain Management, Brand Protection, Food Safety, and Security and Reduced Food Waste – not mention Consumer Engagement!”

We look forward to seeing you at the PDIT2 Conference on 13 December 2019 at Pragati Maidan.

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