Registration is now open for the largest-ever PACK EXPO Las Vegas, co-located with the Healthcare Packaging EXPO, taking place September 25–27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Produced by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, this event convenes the biggest gathering in North America of suppliers and manufacturers of goods in a powerful way that drives innovation.

The event is expected to attract 30,000 attendees, including 5,000 international visitors from more than 125 countries. Over 2,000 exhibiting companies will span 900,000 square feet of exhibition space.

PACK EXPO Las Vegas will bring together top CPGs from around the world to explore state-of-the-art packaging technologies, equipment and materials as well as exchange ideas with peers and build professional relationships.

Beyond the technologies exhibited on the show floor, attendees will find educational opportunities in the Innovation Stage where suppliers present free 30-minute seminars on breakthrough technologies throughout the day. Sustainability, efficiency and product safety are among the top issues to be addressed at the show.

The Containers and Materials Pavilion will address innovations, including updates on paperboard, glass, metal and plastic. Flexible and resealable packaging options will also be on display. The Showcase of Packaging Innovations, located within the Containers and Materials Pavilion, will host award-nominated packaging solutions utilizing breakthrough technology to address consumer demands. Also, the Reusable Packaging Pavilion will provide information on how to reduce waste, cut costs and gain supply chain efficiency.

Attendees of PACK EXPO Las Vegas can network with peers, gain specialized insights or just rest and recharge at different industry-specific lounges. The Baking and Snack Break Lounge, located at Booth #S-7832, is hosted by the American Bakers Association.

The PACK gives Back benefit concert will be headlined by The Doobie Brothers. A portion of the proceeds from the annual benefit will go toward the PACK EXPO Scholarship, providing grants to U.S. and Canadian colleges with packaging and processing programs.

Registration is $30 until September 1, then increasing to $100. For complete details and to register, visit