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Added Events at the PACK Expo Cater to Supply Chain Management

The show offers various opportunities for supply-chain members to network and stay up-to-date on technologies that are changing the packaging industry.

The packaging industry is quickly evolving toward more digitalized solutions with new capabilities in data management and logistics through the Internet of Things and the Cloud. This year, the PACK Expo places a special focus on supply-chain management with a new innovation stage and sessions regarding smart logistics and reusable packaging. Co-hosted with the Healthcare Packaging Expo, the show takes place September 25-27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

On Tues., Sept. 26 from 11:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., attendees can learn how to leverage smart reverse logistics to reduce or eliminate packaging asset losses at Booth S-7900. The session will place a special focus on how to switch to reusable packaging for overall cost savings. It will discuss strategies to control a managed logistics loop, optimize routing, maximize packaging inventory turn, and automate traditionally manual processes. Company representatives will also be available to discuss their strategies for switching to reusable packaging and managing inventory logistics to optimize revenue.

The PACK Expo also adds a second innovation stage in the in the North Hall (booth N-601) to address topics like supply chain visibility, security solutions, intellectual property strategies, labeling quality control, and packaging solutions. Meanwhile, the Innovation Stage in the Central Hall (booth numbers C-1041, C-1045, and C-1049), will host sessions ranging from 30-40 minutes. They will address topics including: Clean Labeling, Coding and Serialization, Technology, Food Safety Technology, Sustainability, Snack Food Trends, High Pressure processing, and the Internet of Things.

For a list of educational seminars, click here.

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