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Tehran Hosting 445 Int’l Companies of Printing, Packaging Industries

Some 445 companies from 13 countries are showcasing their products and capabilities in the 26th International Exhibition of Printing, Packaging and Related Machinery in the Iranian capital city of Tehran.

The 26th International Exhibition of Printing, Packaging and Related Machinery opened on Friday at the permanent venue of Tehran International Exhibitions, attended by officials from the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, the Ministry of Industry, Mining and Trade and the heads of unions.

The exhibition is one of the largest exhibition events in the field of the printing industry in the Middle East, attended by hundreds of domestic and foreign companies.

At the 26th International Printing and Packaging Exhibition, there are more than 445 domestic and foreign exhibitors from Iran and 12 countries.

Foreign companies from Italy, Sweden, Germany, France, China, Turkey and South Korea have been present at the exhibition, offering the latest products and services alongside domestic companies.

Last year, the previous edition of the exhibition started on December 13, with 400 domestic and 45 foreign companies from Italy, Sweden, France, China, Turkey and South Korea attending the four-day event.

News No: 7640
Date: 2019/11/30 - 18:49
News Source: Fars News

Packaging Industries  International Exhibition  Printing  Mining  Trade 

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