Tetra Pak demonstrates future readiness at Propak Cape 2017
Issued by Scarlet Letter on behalf of Tetra Pak - Oct 11th 2017, 15:20
Tetra Pak will display its range of processing, packaging, and distribution solutions at Propak Cape 2017 from October 24 to October 26 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
The company will also share its environmental capabilities and milestones with attendees as part of its Future Ready theme.
“Propak is one of the most significant events on the calendar for our industry which is why we chose it to position ourselves as a strategic partner to the beverage industry,” says Penny Ntuli, communications director of Tetra Pak South Africa. “It is an outstanding platform for us to reach decision-makers in specific markets, to create new sales contacts, and capitalise on business opportunities where we promote our value as a full system supplier.”
Tetra Pak’s Future Ready theme represents the company’s commitment to deliver industry-advancing technologies and support customer growth by sharing market insights and its innovative solutions. The business experts will provide insights on the processing, packaging, and technical services crucial to successful customers.
Tetra Pak’s products and services maintain the highest standards of food safety, operational performance, and sustainability. It creates processing solutions and equipment for dairy, cheese, ice cream, beverages and prepared food. A complete carton packaging range is available for consuming fresh products, offering user convenience, easy opening and optimal shelf life. And its services division helps customers improve performance, optimise costs, and ensure food safety throughout the lifecycle of their operations.
Tetra Pak can be found at stand D54 in Hall 1.
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