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Paris Packaging Week Announces a Fully Booked Edition


The four shows featured in the Paris Packaging Week, ADF, PCD, PLD and Packaging Première Paris, will open their doors on January 17 & 18, 2024. According to the organizers, almost all exhibitor slots are filled and 650 exhibitors will gather at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.

The show will provide drinks, luxury, beauty, and FMCG brands with the sourcing opportunities and expertise to help shape the future of their packaging designs. The packed show floor will be complemented by a comprehensive program of conferences, innovation galleries and networking events.

Paris Packaging Week brings together four events each designed to drive packaging business and innovation in a specific market. ‘PCD’ covers perfume, cosmetics, and personal care packaging; ‘ADF’ is the forum for aerosol and dispensing solutions and is organized in partnership with the European aerosol federation, the FEA; ‘PLD’ is aimed at the premium drinks segment, especially wine and spirits; and ‘Packaging Première’ is dedicated to luxury products such as watches, jewelry, fashion, confectionery and fine food.

Registration open

As far as visitors are concerned, Paris Packaging Week aims to continue its impressive growth: in 2023, the event attracted a record total of almost 9,000 visitors, representing over 2,500 brand owners and design agencies from across the world.

Paris Packaging Week has built a position at the heart of packaging innovation for beauty, drinks, luxury and aerosol-based products. With more exhibitors than ever on the show floor next year, Paris is the place to be for brands, designers, and packaging producers looking to stay on the cutting edge of every trend. It is a privilege for us to be trusted by the world’s top packaging suppliers and brand owners, as well as many new participants, to create the forum that defines packaging in the year to come; and we can’t wait to welcome them to the event,” said Josh Brooks, Marketing Director of Paris Packaging Week.

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