January 26, 2015

26/01/2015: Russia, USA, Turkey and Brazil are exhibitors’ preferred countries for IPACK-IMA’s Buyer’s Programme


IPACK-IMA 2015 will welcome international buyers selected according to the preferences expressed by exhibitors. The business partners viewed as most interesting are from Russia, USA, Turkey and Brazil, as revealed by a survey promoted by the organization. The results will be shared with MISE and ICE – the Italian agency for foreign trade – for the selection of buyers coming to the exhibition.
 
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Behind Russia, USA, Turkey and Brazil, the ranking of the economies viewed as the best business opportunities also include, from fourth to tenth place, Poland, Algeria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Canada. Such preferences emerged from a statistically representative sample of direct Italian exhibitors who have joined IPACK-IMA, Dairytech and Meat-Tech 2015.


Preferences as to buyers’ countries of origin don’t change in 'vertical' rankings, developed as part of the survey for each of IPACK-IMA’s nine business communities (Grain Based Food; Dairy Products; Chemicals Industrial & Home; Confectionary; Fresh & Convenience Food; Vegetable & Fruit; Health & Personal Care; Industrial & Durable Goods; Beverage).


The Buyer’s Programme, supporting incoming foreign industry professionals who will visit the exhibition, is organized with the help of the Ministry for Economic Development and the operational support of ICE. The programme results from IPACK-IMA’s inclusion in the 'top 15' symbolic exhibitions of made-in-Italy products benefitting from the government’s special decree for Italy’s recovery. This recognition qualifies the exhibition, taking place at Fieramilano from May 19 to 23, as one of the top-notch events for the promotion of Italian technology. 


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