Pakprint is a packaging and printing industry exhibition that brings together industry professionals to showcase and share ideas on the latest technologies that promote efficiency, waste education, recycling and eco-friendly production.
Opening Times: 9.00am – 5.00pm daily
On show will be lots of equipment and players in the food and beverages, chemicals and agro-chemicals, petroleum products, soap and detergents, household consumer products, industrial products, paper, pharmaceutical, tobacco, toiletries, cosmetics, horticulture are also expected to participate.
Anticipated participation is from: Botswana, China, Egypt, Ghana, Korea, Namibia, Mozambique, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
Exhibitors List for 2019 is available on request.
Please contact us for participation costs.
The exhibition is aimed at buyers who will be looking for equipment and accessories that will enhance quality and visual presentation of their products and services including those concerned with printing and packaging, manufacturers looking for upgraded processes for their consumer goods as well as designers and marketing professionals.
The exhibition is aimed at buyers who will be looking for equipment and accessories that will enhance quality and visual presentation of their products and services.
Journalists, photographers, radio and television personnel who wish to cover ZITF 2019 for their newspapers, magazines, news agencies, radio, television or newsreel networks, are invited to indicate in the media accreditation form full names of persons who will be carrying out the exercise. We will then be able to issue you with press passes well in advance of the ZITF opening date.
No restriction on the number of passes to each medium will be put PROVIDED THEY ARE USED BY YOUR PERSONNEL IN THEIR OFFICIAL CAPACITY.
Media Validation Requirements
ZITF reserves the right to request the following validations before granting accreditation:
Recognised Media or Press Card issued by their employers,
Positive identification of journalistic employment e.g. letter of assignment on official letterhead from the Editor or Bureau Chief.
Freelance journalists may be requested to provide two by line editorial stories.