Spectra support Scandinavian partners at Scanpack
Spectra will be supporting J. Myhre / Bipac – House of Packaging at the forthcoming Scanpack Packaging show later this month.
Showcasing a wide range of packaging products at the event, J. Myhre will be including bottles, closures, decoration and environmental packaging examples from Spectra Packaging on their stand.
The prestigious Scandinavian packaging event, held at the Swedish Exhibition and Congress Centre in Gothenburg, attracts more than 17,000 participants from 40 countries with the show covering the complete packaging value chain. Visitors include senior buyers and decision-makers as well as brand strategists and production managers.
Gary Allard, Export Sales Manager at Spectra, who will be on the J. Myhre / Bipac stand at the show, said, “Scanpack will provide us with an excellent platform to showcase our products in what has become a hugely important European market for us”.
He added, “As our highly regarded distributor, we are delighted to offer J. Myhre / Bipac assistance at the show. We have enjoyed excellent support from them in Scandinavian territories and this is our small way of saying a big thank you to them".
Spectra has made great strides in Scandinavian regions such as Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland and views their strong relationship with J. Myhre / Bipac as a contributing factor in that success.
With a hugely successful show last time Scanpack was staged in 2015, Spectra anticipate another busy event over the four days as Gary explained.
He said, "We have developed a number of new offerings since our last visit to Scanpack and we envisage a particularly strong interest in our latest environmental initiatives such as PCR10. We have found that Scandinavian visitors really embrace sustainable packaging solutions, which is why we can’t wait to share our latest endeavours with them at the show”.
Scanpack is at The Exhibition and Congress Centre in Gothenburg and runs from Tuesday 23rd to Friday 26th October. J. Myhre ApS can be found on booth G06:02.