SinoFoldingCarton 2011 to Showcase Paper Bag Processing Technology

Top Quote With the escalating global emphasis on environmental protection, there is a greater demand for packaging products that meet higher requirements. Across the world eco-friendly paper bags have great potential for development. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) June 16, 2011 - Against this backdrop, SinoFoldingCarton 2011, to be held from July 6 to July 8 at the China International Exhibition Center in Beijing, will bring together well-known paper bag manufacturing equipment suppliers like Dongguan Lizhong Everwin Machinery Equipment and Wenzhou Zenbo Printing Machinery to showcase advanced automation technologies for processing paper bags.

    Bags with handles, often used as gift bags, are made from a variety of materials, including paper, plastic and non-woven fabrics. They are most commonly used as shopping or gift bags. In some parts of Europe and the US, they are even used in place of actual handbags. Because these carrier bags are usually low in price and come in a variety of styles, they are easy to mix and match with other accessories. Today, they are quite popular among Chinese youngsters, who call them "G-Bags".

    Paper carrier bags can be divided into two broad categories: ordinary packaging bags and refined shopping bags. Ordinary packaging bags are made on regular assembly lines. Refined shopping bags are more complicated to make. The sheets that make up the bag are color printed before being laminated or foil stamped. They are then converted to paper bags using manual or semi-automated box making machines. The final step of piercing the handle holes and fastening them in is done manually.

    Paper bags are portable, biodegradable and recyclable. They cause limited air pollution and so protect the environment. Therefore they are highly useful and commonly used products. As we become increasingly mobile, being able to easily carry goods in paper bags becomes ever more convenient. This makes paper a key to portraying a company's image and to the implementation of an advertising strategy. As such, the bags need to be greener to produce, more appealing and durable.

    Currently, the world's leading paper bag manufacturing machines use electricity, gas, liquid, light and magnetic force. High efficiency in manufacturing, energy-saving and recyclability have all become key trends in global manufacturing, including China's paper bag manufacturing machine trade.

    Currently, local paper bag equipment manufacturers import cutting edge technologies to create high-efficiency, low-power consumption, large sets of equipment and high-tech products that meet market requirements. Because most paper carrier bags support offset printing, Chinese companies are now developing sheet-fed paper bag manufacturing equipment that will be suitable for most printing companies.

    The same companies are also accelerating the upgrading of paper bag machines to further expand the world market. For example, Wenzhou Zenbo Printing Machinery has recently produced the ZB960C automatic paper bag machine, which has an automatic feeding system, automatic gluing capabilities (it sprays hot melt adhesive during the manufacturing process), molding functionality, automatic folding buckle plates and an automatic press cylinder. Its all-in-one molding capability is close to the most advanced technology in the world. The calibre of this piece of equipment serves as encouragement to other local manufacturers to develop their own paper bag machines.

    With the support of numerous renowned suppliers of paper bag manufacturing equipment, SinoFoldingCarton2011 will showcase the full range of new automation processing technology for paper bags. It will also provide opportunities for visitors to see amazing exhibits first-hand. SinoFoldingCarton is a robust platform for cooperation across the folding carton trade. The show also adds vibrant impetus to industry development.

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    About the Organiser

    Reed Exhibitions is the world's leading events organiser, with over 460 events in 36 countries. In 2010 Reed brought together over seven million active event participants from around the world generating billions of dollars in business. Today Reed events are held throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific, and organised by 34 fully staffed offices.

    Reed organises a wide range of events, including trade and consumer exhibitions, conferences and meetings. Its portfolio of over 460 events serves 44 industry sectors, including:
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    Working closely with professional bodies, trade associations and government departments Reed ensures that each and every event is targeted and relevant to industry needs. As a result, many Reed events are market leaders in their field.

    Reed Exhibitions is part of Reed Elsevier Group plc, a publisher and information provider. In 2009, Reed Elsevier made an adjusted profit before taxation of 1,279 million on turnover of 6,071 million.

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