Driving Industry Development & Expanding Business Growth in Myanmar
ProPak Myanmar 2019 will return for its 6th edition taking place from 12th to 14th September at Yangon Convention Centre (YCC), Yangon. Last year ProPak Myanmar attracted 131 exhibitors from 21 countries, 4 international pavilions and 3,441 trade visitors from 22 countries reaffirming ProPak Myanmar’s position as the largest, leading and most international industry trade event for Myanmar’s developing Food, Drink & Pharmaceutical Processing & Packaging Industries.
Myanmar is blessed with abundant natural resources, large population and holds a key geographical location sitting between China, India, Thailand and Bangladesh. It has the potential to become one of the world’s biggest food producers. It currently produces between 55 to 60 million tones of agri-foods per year using outdates technology and processes. It agricultural industry is its largest source of revenue, estimated at 50% of the country’s GDP and employing around 70% of the population. Positive recent political and economic developments have opened Myanmar to the world and put it firmly at the top of many companies new markets for investment for very good reasons.
As economic development continues to progress so does the demand for more and better quality food, drink and pharmaceuticals and this creates huge requirements and opportunities for both local and international companies to develop new markets, new products and new business in one of the world’s most exciting new markets.
ProPak Myanmar is Myanmar’s leading international trade event providing essential industry support and market access to one of Myanmar’s biggest potential industries.
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