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Inaugural BOBST & Partners Roadshow in Vietnam a great success

Over 130 participants and prospective customers attended the BOBST and Partners Roadshow held in HCMC, Vietnam on 23rd June to hear about the latest innovations and trends in flexible packaging.

The now well-established roadshow formula brings together leading equipment manufacturers and management of packaging companies. The conference opened with a welcome addresses from Mr Othmar Hardegger, Consul General of the Embassy of Switzerland in Vietnam and Mr Cao Hong Quang from the Vietnam Packaging Association.

Throughout the day, BOBST, along with partners including Atlas Converting Equipment, Coim, Esko, Rossini, Daetwyler Graphics, Daetwyler SwissTec, Macchi and Schmid Rhyner discussed market trends and solutions in their respective fields, covering the areas of production, printing, converting and finishing.

Eric Pavone, Business Director of BOBST Business Unit Web-fed commented "Vietnam is an important market for us, due to the fast growing economy and the packaging sector gaining market share to become one of the most rapidly growing industries in the country with increased demand for consumer goods and in particular foodstuffs. The demand for innovative products is high and the BOBST range of solutions in flexo printing, gravure printing, laminating, coating and vacuum metallizing are ideal for meeting the requirements of the packaging industry in Vietnam".

Laurence Dy, Zone Business Director SEA, BOBST BU Web-fed said, "This, the first BOBST and partners roadshow to be held in Vietnam was a great success and the feedback received from attendees was overwhelmingly positive."

Eric Pavone concludes, "The roadshows were set up to provide a focus on new technology and most importantly how that technology can benefit the users. They are also a great networking opportunity as under one roof, packaging converters will find a range of companies giving highly specialised presentations in their respective field with plenty of opportunities for potential business discussions.

I believe that along with our roadshow partners we have succeeded in our goal of presenting value added processes and solutions aimed at helping to improve the quality and profitability of converters' business. The excellent comments we have received from attendees supports this belief".
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