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Leading Italian machinery firms visit Vietnam for business opportunities

Tuesday, April 07, 2015, 17:54 GMT+7
Leading Italian machinery firms visit Vietnam for business opportunities

Eleven Italian machinery manufacturers operating in the packaging industry are gathering at an exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City to look for new customers and introduce their latest packaging technologies.

It is a 266 percent rise in the number of Italian firms joining the PROPAK 2015 exhibition, organized from March 31 to April 2, at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, said Bruna Santarelli, a trade commissioner at the Italian Trade Commission in Vietnam.

The eleven Italian firms partaking in the PROPAK 2015 include HTBS, Brenna, P.E. Labellers, CFT, AMUT, OCME, Melegari Manghi, Pietribiasi, Gorreri, TMCI Padovan, and FMT.

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