In contemporary society, packaging plays a key role. Most of the products we consume on a daily basis are protected or dosed by packaging.
In addition, there is the rise of the take-away culture, commonly known as take-away food. This factor has greatly increased the manufacture and consumption of single-dose packaging, which usually contains sauces and dressings to season the food.
All these factors have led many companies to consider changing the way they package their products, and to offer smaller and more convenient doses for individual use. There are many options for this, since the packaging industry is a sector that never stops and is constantly evolving.
Fortunately, it seems that we can now attend trade fairs, the best showcase to enter, in this case, the world of packaging and also to learn about the latest trends in the most common, most innovative and sustainable packaging. There is no better way to test live and direct the new packaging.
Many of the companies of the Barcelona Packaging Hub have decided to make a bet for this 2022 and will participate in fairs worldwide. One of the appointments of the Barcelona Packaging Hub is the Hispack fair, which takes place in Barcelona from 24 to 27 May 2022.
All partners will attend in the framework of the Hub, that is, although each one will have its own stand, all will be located together and will have a common aesthetic. Thus showing their unity and willingness to cooperate to develop packaging projects with the latest innovations and with all the guarantees from consolidated companies in the sector. Thus following the philosophy that promoted the birth of the Barcelona Packaging Hub.
We hope this fair will be a success and we hope to see you there to explain all the trends in the world of packaging, and that you can meet our partner companies. All of them are leaders in their field and with a high capacity of technological evolution, and we are sure that thanks to this synergy between all of us, we will be able to offer you the best solutions to develop any packaging project.