Thank you for stopping by during the show Metpack 2017

19 May 2017

PackSys Global and the sister companies Texa Packaging and Madag Printing Systems at Metpack 2017

From 2nd to 6th May 2017, the Metpack in Essen showed once again that it is the most important trade fair for metal packaging.

The visitors learnt more about PackSys Global's brand new Swiss-engineered Zelos cutting and brushing machine.

Texa Packaging brought many visitors to the booth with live demonstrations of the BSBT H2300S machine for strapping and banding aerosol cans.

Madag Printing Systems demonstrated their Deco Roll-XC system for hot stamping and embossing metal caps.

The show days were very successful with many visitors and a lot of very interesting discussions and exchange of ideas. Many thanks to all visitors for joining us. See you very soon at the China Beauty Expo show.      

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