UBM Canon acquired PACKEX Toronto at the end of 2009 from the Packaging Association of Canada (PAC) and France’s COMEXPOSIUM group and is proud to present the new Montreal edition. Started in 1951, PACKEX has grown into Canada’s largest packaging, material handling, and logistics trade event. Canada’s national packaging event comes to Montreal to serve packaging and manufacturing engineers and managers, production/operations staff, and corporate management from industries including food/beverage, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetics/personal care, electronics, household/consumer products, and industrial products, among others.
PTX | Powder & Bulk Solids Montreal is the Canadian resource for process manufacturers to find the latest solutions to help increase production efficiencies, cut cost, eliminate waste and ensure product consistency.
Attending the show helps you:
Keep pace with global competition.
Discover innovative products and ideas to make your process faster, more efficient, and less costly. See the latest cost-saving processing technologies affecting your industry and compare suppliers to secure the best options and pricing.
Get quality face time with technical experts.
Find Suppliers that understand your industry and are ready to discuss your product specifications and processing challenges. Check out the list of exhibitors.
Find suppliers with years of experience.
PTX | Powder & Bulk Solids Montreal suppliers include all major industry sectors: Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Food, Beverage, Cosmetics, Plastics, Fabricated Primary Metals, Cement, Paints and Pigments, Grain, Mining, Pulp and Paper, Stone, Clay and Glass, Rubber, Petroleum, Household Products, Tobacco, and much more.
Leading processing professionals share their solutions.
The Conference brings you face-to-face with experts from across the processing industries. Access their knowledge to enhance your process and increase your efficiencies and quality.
Maximize your time.
Spend just two days meeting face-to-face with the industry experts to discover a year's worth of
solutions you can put to use immediately.
Announcing Québec's Premier Event for the Advanced Design and Manufacturing Marketplace
Montréal is the largest city in the province of Québec and the second largest city in all of Canada. The province of Québec is a major center of manufacturing, with a gross domestic product of $301 billion. Seventy-two percent of international exports shipped to the U.S. Québec offers a strategic location between Europe and the Americas and is within a 600 mile radius of Boston, New York, Washington, and Detroit. UBM Canon is pleased to announce the comprehensive 2012 co-located event lineup to serve this active marketplace.
Montreal Market at a Glance
• Montreal is the largest city in the province of Quebec and the second largest city in all of Canada.
• The province of Quebec is a major center of manufacturing, with a gross domestic product of $301 billion.
• In Quebec, manufacturing is a key driver of the economy and employs one in every six workers.
• The manufacturing industry accounts for 19 percent of economic activity in the province.
• Quebec manufacturers' share of total Canadian production is a minimum of 20 percent, up to as high as 60 percent.
• Quebec manufacturers spent $2.8 billion in 2009 on capital machinery and equipment purchases with the bulk of this money going for advances in automated equipment and systems for improved product quality, enhanced productivity, and lower operation costs.
• Exports account for 33 percent of the GDP, with 72 percent of international exports shipped to the U.S.
About UBM Canon:
Founded in 1978, UBM Canon is the leading B-to-B event producer, publisher, and digital media company for the world’s $3 trillion advanced, technology-based manufacturing industry. We produce national and international trade events and conferences annually, connecting thousands of exhibiting suppliers with tens of thousands of OEM buyers from around the globe.
Co-located Shows: ATX Montreal, Design & Manufacturing Montreal, Expoplast, PTX Montreal, Aerocon, Contract Manufacturing Expo, Sustainability in Manufacturing