On April 13, SinoCorrugated South and SinoFoldingCarton 2012 ended in Dongguan. The two exhibitions attracted 20,853 visitors over three days. Inside the exhibition halls, 609 industry-leading companies displayed the best corrugated and folding carton manufacturing equipment and packaging and printing consumables across 45,000 sqm. As well as the exhibits, the combined exhibitions featured a number of forums and complementary programs. In all, the dual event was China’s largest packaging and printing trade exhibition for 2012. 609 Exhibitors and 20,853 Visitors.
Over 50 local and international trade associations sent delegations to SinoCorrugated South and SinoFoldingCarton 2012. The feedback from these visiting groups was roundly positive. Among the delegations were groups from the Asian Corrugated Case Association, the Federation of Corrugated Box Manufacturers of India, the Indonesian Corrugated Cardboard Industries Association, the Guangdong Packaging Association’s Packaging & Printing Committee, and the Fujian Packaging Technology Association.
Many of the bodies confirmed their intent to continue to send delegations in coming years. Kinardo Ang, Chairman of the Indonesian Corrugated Cardboard Industries Association, said, “We sent nearly 100 buyers to SinoCorrugated South 2012 and were delighted with the massive scale of the event. Many of our delegates ordered equipment at the exhibition and reported great satisfaction with the show. We will certainly send another delegation in 2013.”
History of The Day
In the second and final day of Operation Millet, the British aircraft carriers HMS Indomitable and HMS Victorious again launch heavy strikes against Nancowry harbor and the airfields on Car Nicobar. In a dogfight with Japanese Nakajima Ki-43 (Allied reporting name “Oscar”) fighters, the British shoot down seven Ki-43 s in exchange for a Hellcat and two Corsairs. - 19th October 1944