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Processing and Packaging Machinery - PPMA Show 2003
Birmingham, United Kingdom - 23rd to 25th September 2003
Exhibition / trade show

The PPMA was founded in 1987 to represent the interests of its members who are involved in the sale or manufacture of processing and packaging machinery and related components. This annual machinery, equipment and systems only exhibition offers a broad spread of exhibits across the complete production line. We believe this mirrors the needs of our visitors who have responsibility across the line - from solids handling, through all aspects of processing equipment to packaging machinery.
The PPMA Show encompasses the complete production line. It is a machinery, equipment and systems only exhibition. No other kinds of exhibits are allowed. The PPMA Show is owned by the PPMA (Processing & Packaging Machinery Association) and much of the profit is returned to the industry via PPMA activities.

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Date(s):
23rd to 25th September 2003

Venue:
National Exhibition Centre - NEC

Ticketing:
http://www.reedexpo.co.uk/app/homepage.cfm?moduleid=575&appname=100050&receventid=980

Contact for booking / more info:
Debbie Jacques mailto:debbie.jacques@reedexpo.co.uk

http://www.ppmashow.co.uk
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