PAC Machinery, providers of packaging equipment, announces the company’s largest exhibit ever at PACK EXPO International (Oct. 23-26; McCormick Place, Chicago), the most comprehensive packaging and processing show in the world in 2022. With unprecedented demand for packaging and automation, PACK EXPO International 2022 is packing the show with lots of new, exciting features according to show producer PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies. Sure to be a “must-see” exhibit, PAC Machinery will be bringing a diverse range of machinery of its most popular models including flow wrappers, automatic baggers, shrink machines, heat and vacuum sealers, and validatable medical packaging machines. See the packaging machines that top companies are buying this year in PAC’s 2,500 sqft. exhibit in the South Hall at S 3314.
“Exhibiting at Pack Expo is a great way to meet face-to-face with companies planning a more automated packaging process, said Greg Berguig, VP of Sales and Marketing. “PAC Machinery can help facilities plan the next 1-3 years out, developing solutions that increase production without increasing labor, which is what companies are seeking right now. Additionally, increased output through packaging automation can help companies put off costly facility expansion by using their current space more efficiently,” Berguig said.
PAC encourages attendees to bring their products so solutions can be developed with machine experts at the exhibit. Due to the wide range of applications and various industries and companies that attend this bi-annual show, PAC Machinery will be showcasing packaging machines from all product categories as well as automatic bagging materials from its bag’s division – including green, more environmentally friendly packaging solutions!
See Machines featured from all these categories:
- Automatic Baggers
- Materials for Auto Baggers
- Shrink Wrap Machines
- Medical packaging machines
- Heat Sealers
- Flow Wrappers
- Vacuum Sealers
PAC Machinery is also a part of the interactive PACK to the Future Exhibit that celebrates the role of packaging and processing through history and future impact. As a family-owned business, PAC is proud to have developed the first commercial heat sealer, the Sealmaster, circa 1970, on display. Scan the QR code on the exhibit to learn more about the history of sealing from PAC Machinery.